Antiques & Collectables Auction on
Friday 6th November 2015

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1.      A Continental Bronze Table Lamp, as a putto seated on a dolphin, onyx circular base, bun feet, modern, fabric shade, 62.5cms high overall. £30-40
2.      A Circa 1920's Hanging Lampshade, veined effect with chains. £15-25
3.      Ships and Lead Crystal Decanter. £15-20
4.      A Glass Table Centre Piece, with upright obelisk flanked by twin candle holders, having lustre drops. £20-40
5.      Continental China Four Branch Candelabra, with detachable top on triform support, surmounted by three cherubs, having allover encrustation, 51.5cms high, with blue crossed swords under base (some damage), together with a similar pedestal dish with lattice rimmed bowl supported by winged cherub. £40-60
6.      D.E.B. Sterling Crystal Table Lamp, with mushroom shade on brass supports, 42cms high. £40-60
7.      An Art Deco Ovoid Ceiling Lamp, with clear and milk glass "bubble" effect and chrome fittings. £20-30
8.      A White Plaster Classical Male Bust, on circular base, overall 40cms high. £15-25
9.      A Spelter Table Lamp, in the form of a lady arms aloft supporting holophane type shade, all on a glazed terracotta base. £15-25
10.     A Set of Three Graduated Devon "Old Bow" Pottery Jugs, W612. £15-25
11.     XX Century French Table Lamp, with twin handles in the form of swans, maroon background with gilt highlights, painted floral decoration on a square base. £25-45
12.     A Quantity of Vintage Lamps, including an electric style oil lamp, two R.E.A.L. plinth lamps and shades:- One Box £20-30
13.     A Quantity of Booths Real "Old Willow" Pattern Tea Wares, of approximately twenty-five pieces, Stuart crystal vases, flower head vase, baskets and other lead crystal glassware:- One Box £15-25
14.     A Quantity of Vintage Lamps, including Art Deco and 1950's examples. £20-30
15.     A Large Quantity of Booths Old Willow Pattern Teaware, including lidded tureens, milk jug, cups, saucers, etc:- One Tray £30-50
16.     Three Belleek Star Shape Dishes, with black backstamps, two saucers with green backstamps, two Worcester plates, three hat pin stands, slag glass candlestick with dolphin supports, etc:- One Tray £20-30
17.     Royal Albert "Old Country Roses" Decorative Wares, pin dishes, trinket boxes, vases, cabinet plate, facetted lead glass apple, model horse, etc:- One Tray £15-25
18.     A Quantity of Royal Albert "Old Country Roses" Tea and Dinnerware, of approximately sixty pieces, including two tureens, decorative ware, soup dishes, etc. £150-200
19.     Two 1920's Burleigh Ware Pottery Jugs, decorated in releif with animals and palm trees, handles with elephants. £30-50
20.     A Pair of Mid XX Century Clear Glass Wrythen Candlesticks with blue inner twist, of 'U' shaped form; a c.1930's glass vase with flared rim and blue and green spatter decoration. (2) £20-30
21.     A Moorcroft Vase, decorated in the Harvest Poppy design by Emma Bossons, shape 138/12, impressed and painted factory marks to underside. £100-120
22.     A Moorcroft Pottery Jug, decorated in the Harvest Poppy design by Emma Bossons, impressed and painted factory marks to underside. £80-100
23.     Two 1920's Wade Pottery Jugs, decorated in relief with stylised flowers, on stepped circular bases. £25-45
24.     Spanish Style Table Lamp, with brass tubular support and wooden base, surmounted by ceramic lady. £15-20
25.     A White Leaf Moulded Coalport Tea Service, comprising cups, milk jugs, saucer, egg cups, etc:- One Tray £15-30
26.     A 1920's Seven Piece Tea Service, with floral bands on orange ground, quantity of Empire Ware tea ware:- One Tray £15-25
27.     Glass Whisky Decanter, sugar caster, 1994 Embassy World Snooker Championship tankard, Doulton vase, etc:- One Tray £15-20
28.     A Moorcroft Pottery Plaque decorated in the Lakeside Slumber design, limited edition No 29/50, framed. £120-140
29.     A Booths Blue and White Oval Meat Plate, together with a Webb Corbett crystal Colibri lighter, a cut glass scent bottle, lidded trinket pot, pin dish, a candlestick and three napkin rings. £15-25
30.     Gwen Haskins Poole Pottery Ovoid Vase, hand painted with stags and floral scraffito, 33.5cms high, signed underneath with "SK" and Poole backstamp. £80-120
31.     Royal Albert "Old Country Roses" China, comprising three dinner, three dessert, three side and one bread and butter plates, two dishes, four cups, four saucers, cream jug (all 1st quality) and 2nd quality teapot. £40-60
32.     Royal Brierley Studio Glass Vase, cut glass decanters, vases, powder bowl, National Trust limited edition acorn paperweight, carnival glass bowl etc:- One Tray £30-40
33.     Wedgwood and Other Leaf Moulded Plates, Royal Worcester 'Howard' cake plate, XIX Century lustre jug, Culpepper flower brick, Royal commemorative bowl etc:- One Tray £20-30
34.     A Royal Doulton Winnie-the-Pooh Model "Ive Found Somebody Just Like Me" WP22 Limited Edition Number 1048, boxed with certificate, and four related models, "Pooh in the Armchair" (boxed) WP4, "Christopher Robin and Pooh" WP10, "Pooh Lights the Candle" WP11 and "kanga and Roo" WP8:- One Tray £20-40
35.     Glass Basket, decanters, drinking glasses:- One Tray £20-30
36.     Four Wedgwood Jasperware Items, including pedestal bowl, fruit bowl, vase and teapot, all in powder blue with classical motifs. £20-40
37.     A Royal Doulton Figure "Biddy Penny Farthing" HN 1843 and two further figures "Janine" HN 2461 and Michele HN 2234. (3) £20-40
38.     A Minton Dinner Service, in Haddon Hall pattern, comprising lidded tureens, teapot, cruet set, cups, saucers, etc:- One Tray £30-50
39.     Glass Kidney Shaped Side Dishes, oval bowl, Hors d'oeuvre's, jam pot, decanter:- One Tray £15-25
40.     Royal Doulton Vase, decorated with flowers, with impressed mark 7982, Royal Doulton plate, Radford vase decorated with flowers, Sylvac figure of a terrier:- One Tray £20-40
41.     Lanmara Iridescent Glass Vase, of bulbous form, 9cms high, Nailsea style rolling pin, two carnival glass vases. £20-40
42.     A Noritake Ovoid Pottery Vase, with twin gilt handles, 25cms high. £15-25
43.     A Royal Doulton Pottery Flambé Figure of a Leaping Salmon, after a design by Charles Noke, painted and printed marks to the underside, cracked 32cms high. £50-80
44.     Vintage 1960's West German Shooting Scene Quadrilateral Plate, stamped "4061", possibly Ruscha Hans Welling, Wood Toby jug, Devon Campagna vase, commemorative ware, etc:- One Tray £15-20
45.     Seven Royal Doulton "Winnie the Pooh" Models, including "Piglet and Honeypot" WP29, "Eeyore's Tail" WP7, "A Present for Me? How Grand!" WP40, "Eeyore's Birthday" WP14 (all boxed), "Piglet and the Balloon" WP5, "Tigger Signs the Rissolution" WP6, and "Piglet Picking the Violets" WP13. (7):- One Tray £30-50
46.     Royal Doulton Character Jug "North American Indian" D6611, and small "The Cavalier", Szeiler dog. (3) £15-20
47.     XIX Century Campagna Shaped Vase, with hand painted floral decoration on deep blue painted ground, painted "1000" under base, XIX Century Imari ginger jar and cover, Rockingham style teaware, oil painting in gilt frame:- One Tray £20-40
48.     A Collection of Wedgwood Jasperware Vases, three tankards, vases, arched mantel clock, etc, all showing classical and landmark motifs in powder blue and green:- One Tray £20-40
49.     Glass Yachts, ship in bottle, Avon blue racing call bottle, etc:- One Tray £15-20
50.     A Royal Albert "Old Country Roses" Tea and Coffee Service, dishes, trinket pots, etc, (approximately forty-two pieces). £50-80
51.     A Lorna Bailey Cheshire Cat Conical Sugar Caster. £15-20
52.     Lorna Bailey - Slinky the Cat, limited edition 1/1 in this colourway. £25-30
53.     Two Pairs of Royal Dux Bisque Pottery Figure Groups, as Regency ladies and gents, the tallest 20cms (a head reglued). £20-40
54.     Lorna Bailey - Honey the Cat. £15-20
55.     Noritake Early XX Century Lidded Vase of Hexagonal Form, with central hand painted tranquil shipping scene, applied gilt baubles to pink ground, twin gilt handles and acorn finial, 33.5cms high. £50-70
56.     Lorna Bailey - Brew-Up the Cat. £20-25
57.     A Royal Worcester Candle Snuffer, Granny Snow, brown shawl, blue dress (hand restored), printed marks and date coded for 1908, 7.6cms high; Another, almost identical, grey shawl, blue dress. (2) £30-50
58.     A Royal Worcester Candle Snuffer, Witch (flake chip to cloak collar), printed marks and date coded for 1925, 9.4cms high; A Goss Example, Welsh Lady, printed mark, 9.2cms high. (2) £40-60
59.     Three Royal Doulton Figures, including "Top O' The Hill", "Christmas Morn HN 1992", and "Wedding Vows" HN 2750. (3) £20-40
60.     A Connoisseur Model by Beswick of "Arkle: Champion Steeplechaser", on an oval mahogany plinth (second). £15-30
61.     A Sadler Type Novelty "Racing Car" Teapot, green glaze with silver lustre highlights, base impressed "Made in England" Regd. No. 820236. £20-40
62.     Wedgwood Black Jasperware Pottery; powder and tobacco jars, pair of square lidded boxes, circular plate:- One Tray £20-30
63.     Carlton Ware Rouge Royale Spider Web Dish, with wavy rim, 23cms, plus leaf dish. (2) £15-20
64.     A Doulton Dog K7B? Together with eight Wade figures. £15-25
65.     Royal Crown Derby 2451 Pattern Teaware, comprising five saucers and four cups (one cracked), all in the Imari palette. £20-40
66.     Copenhagen Twin Owls Figure Group No.834, pin tray, Beswick "Hunca Munca Sweeping", a pair ceramic cockerels and a pair of overlaid ruby glass vases. £30-50
67.     Dutch Scene Wall Plaque, Continental figurine, Castleton mug, other ceramics, matches, dolls head, etc:- One Tray £15-25
68.     Szeiler Dog, Sylvac chimp, Derby "Vine Cobalt" jug, Franz, Arita, Woods flagon and other ceramics, a circa 1920's Carltonware vase and a shaving bowl:- One Tray £20-30
69.     A Circa 1930's Fifteen Piece Coffee Set, with floral cartouches within green mottled bands, No. 6630/4. £15-25
70.     Six Stuart Glass Hocks, fifteen Waterford drinking glasses:- One Tray £40-80
71.     A Viennese Dished Cabinet Plate, printed and painted decoration of a seated lady beside a putto on a bench, signed, all with applied gilt foliate and palm tree motifs on a cobalt blue ground, beehive mark to base "Har Mich On", diameter 30cms. £20-40
72.     A Lladro Figurine of a Girl Holding Hen and Basket of Eggs, together with a large Royal Doulton character jug "Drake", Beswick 2Z73 goldfinch figurine and a Sylvac Toby Jug "Mr Pickwick":- One Tray £20-40
73.     "Heathcote China Best Bone" Tea Service, of forty-two pieces, circa 1930's, with flower and black angular decoration. £20-40
74.     A XIX Century Wine Tumbler, together with an early XX Century glass decanter, modern decanter with ground pontel plus other glassware:- One Tray £20-30
75.     An Amethyst Shaped Bowl, of globular design, together with two lead crystal scent bottles, two Nachtmann lead glass tigers, plus cut glass bowl, etc. £30-50
76.     A Set of Three Victorian Spode Graduating Jugs, each with blue and white transfer printed decoration, date lozenge for January 1883, and a modern Royal Creamware, Victorian style tureen formed as a nut on leaf moulded base :- One Tray £15-30
77.     A XX Century Clarice Cliff "Crocus Pattern" Circular Bowl, 10cms high by 22cms wide. £50-80
78.     A XIX Century Two Tone Glass Spill Vase, with a wavy rim on green glass scroll base, early Vaseline glass vase with a wavy rim, tidy jar with a silver lid, etc:- One Tray £30-50
79.     A Royal Worcester "The Blind Earl" Part Tea Service, of approximately twenty-six pieces:- One Tray £60-100
80.     A Circa 1900 Koloman Moser Amethyst Vase, of flared faceted form with neo-classical gilding to inverted rim, signed to base, 11.5cms high; together with an amethyst glass bucket vase and bowl. (3) £40-60
81.     Two Matching Green Majolica Oyster Dishes, (one damaged). £15-25
82.     An Early XIX Century Stoneware Treacle Pot, blue and purple transfer printed with fruit flowers and foliage, with original screw lid and loop handle, incised number 97 to underside of lid and pot, 14.5cms high. £30-50
83.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, decorated in the Ayin Summer Perfume design, limited edition No. 38, shape 7/3, impressed and painted factory marks to underside. £90-110
84.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, decorated in the Acanthus Leaves pattern by Emma Bossons, shape 198/3, impressed and painted factory marks to underside. £60-80
85.     A Berlin KPM Porcelain Twin Handled Pedestal Urn, of shaped ovoid form, heavily encrusted with flowers and foliage, painted reserves of flowerheads, impressed 7809 to base with painted factory mark, height 42cms. £30-50
86.     Arts and Crafts Doulton Lambeth Vase, with inscription Art Union of London with impressed marks "814 E. P. L 2 728", together with a Doulton Lambeth bulbous shaped vase, with inscription Art Union of London B2 with impressed marks E. P EES 722 H, (damaged). £40-60
87.     Royal Crown Derby 1128 Pattern Plate, with wavy rim, in the Imari palette, together with a similar Campagna vase on hexagonal base. £20-40
88.     An Early XX Century "Adams" "Jasper" Ware Biscuit Barrel, with a plated handle and lid, XIX Century plated stand with a blue glass centre on scroll feet, Belleek black stamp jugs (damaged), etc:- One Tray £15-20
89.     XX Century Shelley China Part Tea Service "Pole Star" Pattern, together with plated and engraved rectangular tray. £30-50
90.     A Quantity of Royal Albert "Canterbury" Tea and Dinnerware's, of approximately sixty-eight pieces, including two tureens, meat plate, etc. £80-120
91.     Beswick Pottery Figures, "Huntsman Fox" ECF1, "Fisherman Otter" ECF2, "Hiker Badger" ECF6, "Mrs Rabbit Racing" ECF7. £20-30
92.     Leeds Pottery. XIX Century blue and white Chinese garden plate, 21.5cms diameter, another (cracked) in the Great Wall of China pattern, 18cms diameter. £30-40
93.     Two Bohemia Lead Crystal Decanters, and a quantity of drinking glasses:- One Tray £15-20
94.     Three Royal Worcester Candle Snuffers, Mrs Caudle, green printed mark c.1879; Tyrolean Hat, green printed mark 1907; Hush, puce printed mark 1932 and a further unmarked snuffer, Mr Caudle. (4) £50-80
95.     A Hammersley & Longton Co Commemorative Cup and Saucer "Crownded Edward VIII May 12th 1937", together with a commemorative tin, a small Maling lustre bowl, etc. £20-30
96.     Lorna Bailey - The Three Pussketeers. (3) £50-70
97.     Royal Albert Old Country Roses Teaware, of thirty-two pieces, comprising coffee and teapots, bread plate, eight side plates, eight saucers, eight cups (two of which cracked), cream jug, four small saucers. All first quality. £40-60
98.     XIX Century Crown Derby Cup and Saucer, with gilt and floral decoration, painted no.25, a pair of oval porcelain vases, hand painted with birds and butterflies on turquoise ground (damaged), Duesbury plate (repaired) and Derby posies mug. £20-40
99.     Three Lead Crystal Spirit Decanters, having two hallmarked silver decanter labels "Sherry" and "Whisky", together with a set of six cut glass wines, sugar caster with silver hallmarked top, and other glassware:- One Tray £20-40
100.    Pair of Poole Pottery Plates, hand painted with stags and floral scraffito, 27.5cms diameter, initialled "SK" underneath (one chipped). £20-30
101.    Lorna Bailey - Grouch the Cat. £15-20
102.    Lorna Bailey - Pikey the Cat £15-20
103.    A Lorna Bailey Four-Face 'Beatle' Teapot. £25-30
104.    Schoonhoven Gineven Vase and Ashtray, Zenith ashtray, Carlton crested Leeds tank, Beswick wren, John Luck vase, Worcester shell dish, Doncaster plate, cranberry jug, etc:- One Tray £20-40
105.    A Moorcroft Pottery Circular Bowl, tubelined and decorated in the Anna Lily design by Nicola Slaney, green impressed and painted maker's marks to underside (red dot second quality), 25.8cms diameter. £60-90
106.    A Moorcroft Pottery Circular Bowl, tubelined and decorated in the Anna Lily design by Nicola Slaney, green impressed and painted maker's marks to underside (red dot second quality), 25.8cms diameter. £60-90
107.    A Royal Doulton Burslem Artwares Flambé Qingdao Charger, BA 26, celebrating the Year of the Horse, with horses prancing amongst waves against a moonlit mountainous scene, limited edition number 21/200, black printed factory marks to underside, 34cms diameter. £50-70
108.    XIX Century Pottery Plates, to include two Davenport, Imperial Ironstone, Willow pattern, Cleopatra, Ridgway, Cospolite soups. (11) £20-40
109.    Lorna Bailey - Set of Three Wise Monkey Cats. (3) £50-70
110.    Malachite Vase, circa 1920's, the ovoid body decorated with mythical goat and swan, 15.5cms high, another featuring four cherubs on duodecagonal base, a posy vase with wrythen body. (3) £40-60
111.    A Wedgwood Jasperware 2001 Commemorative Bowl, a Jasperware semi ribbed vase and a further bowl, all in powder blue. (3) £20-30
112.    A Peggy Davies Grotesque Bird Model of "The Pheonix", artists proof by M. Pepper. £70-90
113.    A Royal Doulton Chang Stoneware Vase, by Charles Noke and Harry Nixon, of baluster form, with thick crackelware glaze to the upper part, printed mark, painted signature, impressed numerals 9.26 and incised mark H52 to the underside. £100-150
114.    A Royal Worcester Candle Snuffer, "Duchess" from Alice in Wonderland, after a design by Freda Doughty, printed marks and numbered 3612, 10cms high. £50-70
115.    Royal Lancastrian Pottery Vase, with green rim, brown checked ovoid body, initialled "J.B." (John Brannan) undeneath, 19cms high. £30-50
116.    An Early XIX Century Staffordshire Pottery Sponge Decorated Cow Creamer, stood four square, with seated milkmaid, on shaped base, with cover, 14cms high. £50-80
117.    A Moorcroft Pottery Ginger Jar, decorated in the Queen's Choice design by Emma Bossons, shape 769/8, impressed and painted factory marks to underside. £200-250
118.    Royal Doulton "George the Guard" Jug, on treacle ground (lip repair), a similar flagon with gent's head to neck and dog to back, numbered "16" (no stoppers). (2) £20-40
119.    A Moorcroft Pottery Jug, decorated in the Eventide Winter design by Vicky Lovatt, limited edition No. 100, impressed and painted factory marks to underside. £60-80
120.    A 1920's Wade Pottery Jug, decorated with a swallow, squirrel and tree. £25-45
121.    Three Royal Doulton Figures, including "Gail" HN 2937 modelled by Peter A. Gee, "Wintertime" HN 3060 modelled by Adrian Hugles and "Christmas Morn" HN 3212 modelled by Peggy Davies, and two Royal Doulton boxes. (5) £20-40
122.    A Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Vase, of flattened ovoid baluster form, painted with a view of The Little Mermaid, painted and printed marks to the underside, 23cms high. £30-40
123.    A Wedgwood Pottery Model of a Bull, after a design by Eric Ravilious and Arnold Machin, printed with signs of the zodiac, 40cms long. £100-140
124.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, decorated in the Purple Emperor design by Emma Bossons, shape 04/6, impressed and painted factory marks to underside. £180-220
125.    Lorna Bailey - Tex the Cat. £15-20
126.    A Hibiscus Pattern Moorcroft Vase, impressed Moorcroft to base with paper label, (14cms high). £30-50
127.    Lorna Bailey British Bulldog, with union jack to back. £25-30
128.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, decorated in the A Family through Flowers (Butterflies) design by Emma Bossons from the Circles of Life collection, shape 3/8, impressed and painted factory marks to underside. £200-250
129.    A Royal Worcester Candle Snuffer, Monk, printed marks and date coded for 1926, 12.5cms high; Another, Nun, printed marks and date coded for 1903, 9.8cms high. (2) £50-70
130.    Lorna Bailey - Mouse Trap the Cat. £15-20
131.    Lorna Bailey - Devil the Cat, limited edition 1/1 in this colourway. £25-30
132.    Pair of XIX Century Mottled Glass Vases, with yellow tinted wavy rims and wrythen waisted bodies, 20cms high. £20-40
133.    Lorna Bailey - Miss Prim the Cat. £15-20
134.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, decorated in the Litteral Life design by Paul Hilditch, shape 300/13, impressed and painted 'Trial', dated 24-6-14 and factory marks to underside (the design was produced in a limited edition of 60). £280-340
135.    A Noritake Biscuit Barrel, dish, vase and two comports, all with desert scene painted panels within a deep blue and gilt border. (5) £20-40
136.    A Royal Doulton Figure Queen Anne, HN 3141, from the Queens of the Realm series, certificate No. 75/5000, 22.9cms high, with original fitted box. £30-40
137.    Whitefriars Bark Effect Water Jug, three ashtrays with bubble inclusions, whisky decanter, blue glass decanter having applied knight head seal:- One Tray £20-30
138.    Port Dundas Glasgow Stoneware Flagon, with loop handle and cherry decoration, 17cms high. A "Manne" glazed terracotta jar and cover, an Alan Brough pottery figure of lady. (3) £20-30
139.    Art Deco Burleigh Jug, with Dick Turpin handle, painted No. 5065, a XIX Century lilac pottery jug with swan to rim and handle. (2) £20-40
140.    A XIX Century Staffordshire Pepperette as a Gentleman, (chipped), Burleigh condiment set, Maling, Carlton and other ceramics:- One Tray £20-30
141.    A Bohemia Cut Glass Spirit Decanter, together with other cut glass, including water jugs, vases, decanter, etc:- One Tray £20-40
142.    A Hallmarked Silver Salver, CSG&Co, Birmingham 1978, of shaped design, raised on three ball and claw feet. £80-120
143.    A Plated Mounted Wooden Pickle Jar Stand, with applied vacant shields, raised on four feet, fitted with two glass pickle jars. £20-30
144.    Derbyshire Blue John Specimen, 9.5cms long, together with a banded Agate handle, etc. £80-120
145.    A Set of Six Mother of Pearl Handled Fish Knives and Forks, in fitted wooden case. £10-15
146.    A Plated Three Tier Cake Stand, with three Booths tea plates. £20-30
147.    An Early XX Century Continental Porcelain Plaque, painted with The Madonna of the Olives, after Professor Niccolo Barabino, inscribed verso and signed G. Bianchini, 32 x 15.8cms, Florentine frame. £50-70
148.    A XX Century Chinese Porcelain Bonsai Planter, of rectangular form, blue and white printed in the round with dragons amongst clouds, within floral and foliate borders, shaped supports, 31cms wide. £30-50
149.    A Middle Eastern Enamelled Ornament, as an elephant with rider, handpainted with flowerheads, highlighted in blues, pink, green and brown, on oval base, 23.5cms high; together with a framed cross stitch picture of Nefertiti. (2) £20-40
150.    Twin Glass Oil Bottles in Plated Stand, ORTAK pentagonal spill vase, silver topped scent bottles, Georgian bottle, etc:- One Tray £30-40
151.    Elkington Three Piece Tea Service, goblets, glasses, USA half dollar 1941 and one dollar 1879, Defence medal, stick pin, etc:- One Tray £15-25
152.    A Set of Six Cased Silver Teaspoons, hallmarked Birmingham 1933, together with a plated Walker & Hall hip flask, plus cased plated teaspoons and loose cutlery:- One Tray £15-25
153.    A Kings of Sheffield Electroplated "Kings Pattern" Ten Place Setting of Cutlery, together with oval dish, entree dish base and jug:- One Tray £50-100
154.    A Quantity of Loose Electroplated Cutlery, mother of pearl and ivorine handles included:- One Tray £25-35
155.    A Viners Plated Rose Bowl, with wire grill, raised on wooden socle base, together with a twin handled plated tray with glass top, and a Garrard & Co plated four piece teaset. £30-40
156.    Assorted Costume Jewellery, including marcasite set earrings, brooch, imitation pearls, bangles, etc:- One Tray £15-25
157.    A Pair of Victorian Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Forks, Elizabeth Eaton, London 1849, initialled, together with a pair of matching smaller forks, a hallmarked silver Old English pattern fork and a collection of assorted plated cutlery:- One Tray £50-80
158.    Assorted Costume Jewellery, including lady's wristwatches, beads, brooches, diamante, etc:- One Box £15-20
159.    Assorted Plated Ware, including three piece teaset, of oval semi reeded form, egg cruet stand, three piece cruet set, modernistic Mappin & Webb five bar toast rack, water jug, etc:- One Tray £25-40
160.    Assorted Plated Cutlery, including large serving spoon, and two gent's travelling sets (incomplete):- One Box £10-15
161.    A Set of Mother of Pearl Handled Tea Knives, in fitted case, together with a set of six cake forks in fitted case, further tea knives and a set of six teaspoons. £15-25
163.    Royal Worcester Silver Lustre Teapot, hot water pot, jug and sugar bowl, together with matching three piece cruet, plated bottle coaster, circular tray, shell dish, etc:- One Tray £20-30
164.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Gent's Cufflink's, the oval panels engine turned and initialled, in a fitted case; together with further cufflink's, pair of plated dwarf candlesticks, egg cups, mug, etc. £30-50
165.    Assorted Costume Jewellery, including imitation pearl bead necklaces, two modern amber necklaces, brooches, bracelet, etc. £30-40
166.    Assorted Plated Cutlery, including sugar tongs, knives, forks, etc:- One Tray £15-20
167.    Pewter Mugs, posies, sauce boats, dishes, seven bar toast rack, etc:- One Tray £15-20
168.    Hat Pin, button hooks, thimbles, shaving sets, tins, etc. £10-15
169.    A Part Set of Walker & Hall Plated Cutlery. £30-40
170.    A Collection of Assorted Plated Ware, including toast rack with integral butter dish, swing handled dish, sauce boat, jugs, vase, salver, glass butter dish, posy, etc:- One Tray £20-30
171.    Cased Three Piece Set, comprising pickle fork, spoon and butter knife, together with cased set of six teaspoons, further teaspoons, sifter spoons, knives, etc:- One Tray £15-20
172.    A XIX Century Plate on Copper Circular salver, with decorative border, raised on three paw feet, a plated teapot and two sauce boats:- One Tray £25-40
173.    Decorative Electroplated Breadboard, with removable wood insert, basting spoon, glass bowl, EPBM jug and twin handled sugar bowl, etc:- One Tray £20-30
174.    A XIX Century Plate, on copper circular shaped engraved tray, with scroll foliage border, on scroll shaped feet, (damaged), together with three EPNS tureens. £40-60
175.    Hallmarked Silver Handled and Other Knives, cased teaspoons, tea knives, dessert forks and fish knives and forks in a leather roll. £25-40
176.    A Plated Six Bottle Condiment Stand, of oval pierced form, raised on four scroll feet, with central beaded loop handle, fitted with six matching cut glass jars/ bottles. £30-40
177.    Silver Plated Three Piece Tea Service, hot water jug, cased set of Viner's Silvergrapefruit spoons, hallmarked Sheffield 1958 :- One Tray £20-30
178.    Cranberry Glass Sugar Bowl, in plated stand, Britannia metal teapot and cream jug. (3) £15-25
179.    A Decorative Plate on Copper Swing Handled Dish, of shaped circular form with pierced leaf scroll border and reeded leaf swing handle, raised on four leaf scroll feet; together with a shaped oval dish, of panelled form, with scroll border, raised on four shell capped paw feet. (2) £30-50
180.    A Novelty Plated Trinket Box, modelled as a Victorian gentleman riding a penny farthing, with single fabric lined drawer, overall raised on four ball feet, stamped "Wilcox Silver Plate Co" and numbered 1982, 19cms high. £30-50
181.    Opaque and Yellow Glass Epergne Flute, in a plated wrythen stand. £15-25
182.    Silver Low Waisted Spill Vase, with Birmingham hallmark 1908. £25-35
183.    A Decorative Plated Three Piece Teaset, comprising teapot, coffee pot and twin handled sugar bowl, each of tall baluster form with beaded edge, on pedestal base. (3) £30-50
184.    A Hallmarked Silver Dish, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1964, of shaped circular design with pierced border, detailed with a rose spray, raised on circular spreading base. £100-150
185.    A Georgian Hallmarked Silver Swing Handled Basket, makers mark rubbed, London 1817, of openwork design, with beaded border and beaded swing handle, on pierced rim base, 15cms wide. £100-120
186.    A Pair of JD&S Electroplated Sauce Boats, with wavy cut edge and leaf capped flying scroll handle, raised on three shell capped hoof feet. (2) £10-15
187.    A Pair of William Shirtcliffe (WS&S) Electroplated Candlesticks, each hexagonal base supporting tapering stem, with removable beaded nozzle, 31cms high. £30-50
188.    Assorted Costume Jewellery; including imitation pearls, brooches, novelty charm pendants, necklaces, etc:- One Tray £15-20
189.    A Set of Six Cased Silver Handled Butter Knives (Sheffield 1923), two silver rimmed pin jars and other silver badges. £20-30
190.    Assorted Costume Jewellery, including beads, bangles, etc, contained in a wooden box. £10-15
191.    A Silver Backed Hand Mirror and brushes; various silver hallmarked napkin rings, gents Tissot and Rone wristwatches, on a silver plated tray. £30-50
192.    Decorative Pair of Plated Salts, semi reeded with gadrooned border and twin handles, pair of knife rests, napkin rings, sifter and other spoons, sugar tongs, etc. £15-20
193.    Assorted Plated Teaspoons, table bell within wood frame and a brass and wood letter rack:- One Tray £10-15
194.    Assorted Diamanté and Other Costume Jewellery, including beads, imitation pearls, hoop earrings, marcasite brooches etc:- One Tray £20-40
195.    A Pair of Decorative Ceramic Handled Servers, (damaged) in a case, together with collection of assorted bread and other forks, candle snuffers, etc. £25-40
196.    Christofle Dish, initialled "BB", "M & W Silver" dish, China Golfing Society ashtray, a shaped circular footed dish and two commemorative coins. £30-50
197.    A Plated Salver, of shaped circular form, together with a Walker & Hall plated hotwater pot, a teapot, jug, etc. £15-25
198.    Assorted Costume Jewellery, including XIX Century jet type beads, imitation pearls, diamanté and other brooches, hair slides, earrings, bangles, etc. £30-50
199.    A Walker & Hall Plated Roll Top Breakfast Server, with pierced inner tray and dish, together with a plated three piece teaset, four rowing interest pewter mugs "Fixed Fours" "Beeston Regatta 1905", spill vase and a circular galleried tray:- One Tray £30-40
200.    An Electroplated Four Piece Teaset, each of semi reeded form, together with a plated sugar scuttle and milk jug, each with leafy detail:- One Tray £30-50
201.    Assorted Plated Ware, including pairs of vases, candlestick, candelabra, decanter with scroll handle, etc:- One Tray £20-30
202.    A Large Oval Plated Tray, with fruiting vine border and leaf scroll decoration (handles removed); together with assorted plated cutlery. £15-25
203.    Canteen of Sheffield Made Kings Pattern Cutlery, fifty-nine pieces. £30-40
204.    A Plated Three Tier Cake Stand, with square glass plates, raised on four bun feet; together with a wine bottle stand. (2) £30-40
205.    A CWF Art Deco Style Plated Tray, together with plated four piece teaset, each of plain baluster form; together with posy dish, rounded rectangular bottle holder, assorted spoons, etc. £50-80
206.    A Matched Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Cruet Set, of openwork design with pierced detail and blue glass liners (mustard damaged); together with two twin branch candlesticks, a further candlestick, two circular galleried trays, dishes, smaller trays, etc:- One Tray £40-60
208.    Assorted Plated Cutlery, including decorative bread and other forks, berry spoon, pair of sauce ladles, teaspoons, etc:- One Tray £15-20
209.    A J. S. S. Plated Three Piece Teaset, together with a pair of hallmarked silver glass salts, pewter and other mugs and a pair of fighting cockerels :- One Tray £30-50
210.    Three Plated Lidded Entree Dishes, of Art Deco design. (3) £30-50
211.    A Hallmarked Silver Backed Hand Mirror, together with another (damages), a rectangular Middle Eastern trinket box, allover detailed in relief, a cylindrical container, suspended on long chain and a small rectangular box, with twin suspension loops. (5) £20-30
212.    Assorted Plated Ware, including decorative teapot, oval lidded entree dish, swing handled dish, glass butter dish, jug, pedestal dishes, mustard pot, seven bar toast rack, etc:- One Tray £30-40
213.    Assorted Costume Jewellery, including imitation pearls, bracelets, chains, earrings, etc:- One Tray £15-25
214.    A Set of Twelve Fish Knives and Forks, of Aesthetic design, with hallmarked silver ferrules, contained in a fitted wooden case. £30-40
215.    A Continental Serving Spoon, the handle stamped "Sterling Silver", decorative asparagus tongs, a pair of hallmarked silver knife rests, butter knife, etc. £20-40
216.    A Large Plated Oval Galleried Tray, with wavy border and gadrooned edge, with twin loop handles, raised on four feet; together with a silver plated cocktail shaker, another example stamped logo "Trust Houses", a pourer stamped "Harrods London" and a Greenwood & Sons Leeds & Huddersfield plated ice bucket. (5) £30-40
217.    A Ladle, with fiddle style handle, and circular bowl, stamped "Jurst"; together with another ladle, with oar shaped handle and circular bowl, stamped makers mark. (2) £30-50
218.    An Early XX Century Lady's Purple Leather Travelling Case, the fitted interior (damages) with hallmarked silver topped jars/ bottles, a hand mirror, button hook and two pairs of brushes, London 1916, Birmingham 1909, 1910, case 39.5cms wide, complete with key. £100-150
219.    Thimbles, pens, sewing implements, folding pocket knives, etc:- One Box £10-15
220.    Parker Fountain Pen, with hooded nib, together with Parker pencils, Waterman's fountain pen, Parker ball point, etc. £20-40
221.    Silver Engine Turned Pen, A. M Co, with Iridium Germany nib. £15-20
222.    Pens, Mentmore Autoflow, Conway tewart 84, Parker Duofold, all with 14k nibs, "The Unique", Osmiroid 65, Tallon, Golden Platignum Quick Change. £30-50
223.    Platignum Fountain Pen, together with a hallmarked silver "Eversharp" pencil, lead, nibs etc and a modern "Personal Seal Set" with wax, in original box, "Space Pen", etc. £20-30
224.    Parker Fountain Pen, engine turned, with 14K point nib, in original case, together with two Parker ball point pens. £10-15
225.    A Miniature Gavel, carved ivory with magnifying lens, 5cms long, in original case. £20-40
226.    Georg Jensen; A Danish Money Chip, of stylised design, stamped "Georg Jensen" "925 S Denmark" "289"; together with an engine turned bridge pencil (incomplete), a shell inlaid brooch, etc. £20-40
227.    Silver Chains, bracelet, rings, cameo brooch, Swarovski pendant, yellow metal and amber style tie clip bearing stamp, etc. £30-60
228.    Assorted Costume Brooches, including Continental Art Deco example, alternately set (some missing) stamped "835", a single stone bar brooch, maple leaf brooch stamped "10K", marcasite flower brooch, two rings, etc, contained in a jewellery box. £30-50
229.    A Silver Capstan Inkwell, two silver salts and egg cup, napkin ring. £20-30
230.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the old cut stone collet set, stamped "18"; together with a diamanté necklace, composed of graduated flowerheads, brooch, earrings, etc. £30-50
231.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Gent's Cufflink's, each with engine turned decoration, on chain connections; together with further gents cufflink's, medallion pendants, etc, contained in a jewellery box. £40-50
232.    A XIX Century Lava Cameo Bracelet, composed of eleven oval cameo panels, on link connections (damaged), "Isle of White Pearl" earstuds, panel bracelet, buttons, shell waist buckle etc, contained in a jewellery box. £20-40
233.    A Pair of Early XX Century Cold Painted Figures of Partridges, stamped Austria. £40-80
234.    Mal Y Pense Silver and Tortoiseshell Brooch, Castrol, Young Conservative, R. M. S Queen Mary badges, commemorative medals, knife, etc, in tin. £20-40
235.    A Large Quantity (Fifty Plus) of Enamel Badges, brooches, including Post Office, Life Saving, Camping Club, Fattorini and silver. £30-40
236.    A Quantity of Military Related Badges, including RAF sweetheart, W.V.S. Civil Defence, Rest Centre Service, British Legion (approximately fifteen). £20-30
237.    A Silver Hallmarked Cigarette Case, Birmingham 1922, engine turned decoration, a 9ct cross pendant, a bar bracelet (probably silver, marks rubbed), white metal pendant of an elephant, brooches, etc. £30-50
238.    A Minton Candle Snuffer, modelled and polychrome painted as Mrs. Malaprop, circa 1845, 9cms high; A Companion Figure, Lady Teazle, 10.2cms high. (2)
*Note: These figures, also known as The Rivals, derive from Richard Sheridan's comedies "The School for Scandal" and "The Rivals". £300-500
239.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. £40-50
240.    A Three Stone Ring, illusion set, stamped "18ct&PT". £30-50
241.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. £100-120
242.    A 9ct Gold Plain Wedding Band, together with a patterned band and an eternity style band. (3) £40-60
243.    A 9ct Gold Cluster Dress Ring, claw set, together with a single stone ring and another. (3) £30-50
244.    An 18ct Five Stone Diamond Ring, claw set with graduated brilliant cut stones, stamped "1.00"; together with a 9ct gold dress ring. (2) £100-150
245.    A Diamond Cluster Ring, set throughout with old cut stones; together with a single stone ring of stylised crossover design. (2) £100-150
246.    A 9ct Gold Signet Ring, with plain oval panel; together with a large signet ring and a 9ct gold patterned wedding band (damaged). (3) £60-80
247.    An 18ct Gold Single Stone Ring, (lacking stone), together with an eternity style ring, imitation pearl set etc. (6) £60-80
248.    A Five Stone Opal Ring, claw set with graduated oval cabochons. £60-80
249.    A Single Stone Dress Ring, the rectangular stone four claw set, between inset shoulders (one stone missing); together with a cameo ring, depicting female profile. (2) £30-50
250.    A 9ct Gold Gent's Ring, together with an opal and garnet cluster ring, eternity band and a child's ring. (4) £50-60
251.    An 18ct Gold Sapphire and Diamond Ring, of boat shape, graduated set. £40-60
252.    A 9ct Gold Amethyst Single Stone Ring, the oval stone six claw set; together with a 9ct gold cameo ring, depicting female profile and a 9ct gold ring, inset with Blue John. (3) £60-80
253.    A 9ct Gold Victorian Style Ring, graduated set with peridot within pierced setting; together with a 9ct gold bar brooch. (2) £40-50
254.    A 9ct Gold Single Stone Ring, claw set, together with an eternity band and a cluster ring. (3) £30-50
255.    Pierced Floral Bracelet Stamped "375", fine chain, cufflinks stamped "375" (damaged). £20-40
256.    A 9ct Gold Diamond Set Ring, of triple band appearance; A 9ct Gold Ring, graduated set (worn). (2) £30-50
257.    A Modern Diamond Set Eternity Band, channel set throughout with uniform brilliant cut stones, stamped "750".
*Leslie Cass Insurance Valuation £2,700 10 May 2012. £400-500
258.    A Modern Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone high tension set, above shank with swivelling band of uniform brilliant cut diamonds, principal stone approximately 1.02cts, stamped "750k".
*Leslie Cass Insurance Valuation £9,800 10 May 2012. £1000-1500
259.    An 18ct White Gold Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring,within border of brilliant cut diamonds. oval claw set to the centre, £300-400
260.    A Single Stone Ring, within lozenge setting, stamped "18ct&Plat". £30-50
261.    A Ruby and Diamond Set Cocktail Ring, the circular cluster high claw set with graduated brilliant cut stones, within single row of marquise cut rubies and outer row of further single cut stones, stamped "18ct". £1000-1200
262.    A 9ct Gold Oval Shell Cameo Pendant, depicting female profile. £30-50
263.    A Graduated Curb Link Double Albert Chain, to double swivel, suspending T-Bar and seal fob. £120-150
264.    A Fancy Link Albert Chain, stamped "9 375", to single swivel, suspending T-bar and Queen Victoria sovereign 1896, with applied scroll pendant mount. £300-350
265.    A Seven Stone Diamond Brooch, the graduated old cut stones applied to knife edge bar. £400-600
266.    An Edwardian Openwork Pendant, circular collet set to the centre with pearl highlights on knife edge bar connections. £80-100
267.    A Large Circular Locket Pendant, leaf scroll engraved, together with a smaller example, initialled "BF" and a St. Christopher pendant on chain. (3) £80-120
268.    A 9ct Gold Tie Pin, together with a pair of hallmarked silver cufflink's, Chester 1939, stamped "9ct Front". £15-25
269.    Marcasite and Garnet Set Butterfly Brooch, stamped "925", together with a pair of gent's cufflinks stamped "Silver", earrings stamped "Silver", dress rings, cross on chain, bracelet, enamel pendants etc. £20-30
270.    Swarovski Bracelet, together with a multi set bracelet, stamped "925", earstuds. £10-15
271.    Two XIX Century Brooches, together with a pair of earrings, further earring, circular pendant and a wooden snuff box. £15-20
272.    A 9ct Gold Ropetwist Chain, together with heart shape locket pendant, oval locket, cluster pendant, etc. £40-50
273.    Cross on Chain, lady's wristwatch, earrings, dress rings. £10-15
A Twig Coral Necklace, of graduated design. £60-80
275.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Cufflink's, each of octagonal panel with textured finish, on split bar with swivel back; together with a pair of Middle Eastern cufflink's, each shaped oval panel on chain connections, stamped, and another pair. £80-100
276.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the old cut stone eight claw set between plain tapering shoulders, stamped "18ct" "plat". £80-120
277.    A Plaited Bangle, stamped "Tiffany & Co" "925" and facsimile signature; together with another bangle of filigree design, with flowerhead to the centre. (2) £10-15
278.    A Derbyshire Blue John Specimen, together with a kidney bean shape pendant. £30-50
279.    Georg Jensen; A Modern Pendant, of stylised double tulip design, stamped "1999", "Georg Jensen 925 S Denmark", in modern fitted box. £40-60
280.    A XIX Century Ring, graduated set with pearl highlights, between textured shoulders, stamped "15". £60-80
281.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated stones claw set, between knife edge shoulders, indistinctly stamped "18ct" "plat"; together with another example, smaller. (2) £60-80
282.    An Amethyst and Pearl Set Brooch, claw set throughout. £40-60
283.    A 9ct Gold Snake Style Chain, together with a bracelet and an oval shell carved cameo brooch/ pendant. £70-100
284.    A XIX Century Hardstone Inset Locket Pendant, of lozenge shape, with inset shield plaque and foliate engraved verso; together with another similar, smaller. (2) £20-40
285.    A 9ct Gold Leaf Necklace, (damaged), together with a 9ct gold locket on chain. £60-80
286.    A Horseshoe Shape Locket Pendant, together with a 9ct gold bar brooch, further bar brooch, hardstone swivel pendant and a mourning brooch. (5) £20-40
287.    A Wedding Band, stamped "333", in double ring box, bearing label "Goldschmiedemeister Robert Fix"; together with an expanding watch bracelet. £30-50
288.    A Curb Link Charm Bracelet, to heart shape padlock clasp, suspending numerous novelty charm pendants, coins etc; together with enamel badges, brooch and a small metal box. £20-30
289.    A Wide Middle Eastern Bracelet, composed of six rounded rectangular filigree panels, with applied detail, hinged to sliding pin clasp, stamped marks; together with an ivory bangle, carved with sinuous dragons, each with inset eyes. (2) £20-40
290.    A Pair of Modern Hoop Earrings, stamped "375", further earrings and a necklace. £20-30
291.    A Charles Horner Brooch, of stylised design (lacking enamel/ stone), together with two openwork bar brooches, two dress rings and a Ruskin style ceramic brooch. £30-50
292.    A 9ct Gold Oval Shell Carved Cameo Brooch, depicting female profile, together with a bar brooch, with applied flowerhead cluster. (2) £60-80
293.    XIX Century Inlaid Brooch, with butterfly detail to the centre, within pearl highlights. £20-30
294.    A 9ct Gold Bangle, foliate engraved to the front, hinged, to snap clasp. £60-80
295.    Plaited Necklace, stamped "9KT", together with pair of opal ear studs, a sweetheart brooch, heart shape locket, a pair of gent's dress studs, chains, bangle (broken), etc. £60-80
296.    Assorted Costume Jewellery, including marcasite set brooches, further brooches, dress rings, earrings, etc:- One Box £20-40
297.    Heart Shape Panel Bracelet, oval locket pendant, chains, heart locket, etc. £30-50
298.    An Irregular Amber Bead Necklace, knotted; together with a cherry amber type bead necklace, of graduated design. (2) £80-100
299.    A Gilt Filigree Brooch, of flowerhead design, together with another (lacking pin), a tapering example with central flowerhead and two Middle Eastern brooches, of pierced circular design. (5) £40-60
300.    An Amber Set Brooch, collet set with applied detail, together with two pairs of amber set earrings, and a ring, stamped "925". £30-50
301.    United States One Dollar, 1971, mounted as a pendant, enamel and other badges, expanding arm/ sleeve bands, circular locket, tie slide, etc:- One Box £15-25
302.    An Irregular Amber Bead Necklace, knotted, together with a graduated bead necklace and a stylish acrylic brooch and matching earrings (unpierced clip). £30-50
303.    Wristwatches, brooches including Danish leaf brooch, necklace, chain, etc:- One Box £10-15
304.    Assorted Costume Brooches:- One Box £5-10
305.    A Modern Brooch, with enamel decoration, stamped "925", together with an irregular lapis lazuli necklace, a pair of triangular earrings (unpierced clip), an oval pendant, an oval panel dress ring, indistinctly stamped and a rectangular dress ring. £60-80
306.    Ciro Necklace, with 9ct gold clasp, in lotus case. £15-25
307.    Pen Knives, Ibberson's combining folding Chesterman rule, Alexandra & Hinchliffe mother of pearl scales, Howard horn backed, Needham, Batty & Wostenholm ivorine examples. (7) £30-40
308.    A Hallmarked Silver Mother of Pearl Handled Folding Pick, together with five folding pocket knives, including example with folding scissors. (6) £20-30
309.    A Miniature Single Blade Folding Knife, with plain scales, overall length when open 19mm. £15-20
310.    Eagle Lodge 509 "Justice Truth Philanthropy" Hallmarked Silver Gilt and Enamel Pendant, engraved to the reverse "Presented to Primo: C. Ellis. Raised to 2nd Degree. March. 28. 1911", contained in H. Slingsby Ltd Regalia M'F'Rs Nuneaton case. £15-20
311.    Asprey; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Travelling Barometer, the circular dial housed within square case, allover engine turned, Asprey London, London 1933, 6cms wide. £100-150
312.    A Lady's 9k Gold Rotary Watch, plated strap, a lady's Elgin fob watch marked "J. Boss 14k", an Art Deco style Orina watch and a Cyma wristwatch. (4) £20-40
313.    "Laco", "20 Mikron Spezial", "Ruhla", "Lowar", "Accurist 21 Jewels", "Krug Baumen" and three other wristwatches. £20-40
314.    A Silver Ladies Fob Watch, two silver medals and spectacle attachment clip. £20-40
315.    A Continental Cased Lady's Fob Watch, the white dial with black Arabic numerals, within pearl set bezel (lacking one pearl), within decorative case highlighted in orange enamel and pearls (one pearl missing), suspended from orange enamel tied bow brooch with swivel drop. £80-100
316.    Omega; A 9ct Gold Cased Lady's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, to integral mesh style bracelet, case inscribed "1944 1964 Ferro Enamels Ltd to Mary Masterson for 20 Years Service". £100-150
317.    Longines; A Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Roman numerals and dot markers, within Arabic outer ring, (movement unseen) within 33mm plain case, on later strap. £100-150
318.    Omega; A Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers and date aperture, within plain case, on later strap. £80-100
319.    Regalis, Rotary, Helvetia, Corvette, Services and Eto Ladies Wristwatches. (6) £15-25
320.    Lady's Wristwatches, cameo brooch, Art Nouveau style brooch, depicting female profile, graduated curb link watch chain, coin bracelet, curb link bar brooch, etc. £10-15
321.    DeLaneau; A Diamond Set Lady's Cocktail Wristwatch, the signed oval lapis lazuli dial, within two row border of brilliant cut diamonds, case stamped "750", to integral bracelet, of shaped design, to snap clasp, stamped "750". £800-1000
322.    Bentima Star Lady's Wristwatch, together with Regency and Everite examples. (3) £40-60
323.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the off white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case with vacant cartouche, Chester 1876. £20-30
324.    Elkington Cheapside; A Goliath Pocketwatch, the signed white dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case. £30-50
325.    Rolex; A 1920's 9ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed white dial with black Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, (movement unseen) within plain case, Birmingham 1924. £400-500
326.    A Miniature Timepiece, the French movement with circular dial inscribed "Asprey, 166 New Bond St", Arabic numerals, in a silver mounted tortoiseshell rectangular section case, folding handle, hallmarked for London 1897, 8.2cms. high £300-500
327.    A 9ct Gold Cased Lady's Wristwatch, together with collection of further wristwatches. £20-30
328.    Two Lady's Wristwatches, each case stamped "18K 0.750". (2) £30-50
329.    Longines; A Lady's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers, case stamped "18K 0.750", on later expanding bracelet; together with two 9ct gold cased lady's wristwatches, and another. £60-80
330.    Must de Cartier; A Lady's Wristwatch, the signed three colour rectangular dial with black Roman numerals, within gilt case stamped "Tank Quartz" "Argent 925", on original strap with buckle, in original box. £200-250
331.    Omega; A Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Omega, within plain case, on later strap, in a box. £80-100
332.    Rotary; A Lady's Wristwatch, with signed oval dial and fancy bracelet, in original box; together with a three stone ring. £20-30
333.    A XIX Century Lady's Fob Watch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and gilt highlights, within engraved case; together with a gun metal cased openface pocketwatch. (2) £40-60
334.    A Silver Gilt Medal, stamped SAO Sheffield Assay Office 1793-1973, together with a white metal pocket watch stamped Fine Silver 1449, with a silvered, engraved centre, subsidiary dial. £25-45
335.    J. W. Benson London; A 9ct Gold Cased Lady's Wristwatch, the signed dial with black Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, on later expanding bracelet, stamped "9ct". £80-120
336.    Pleasance & Beal Sheffield; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed rectangular dial with Arabic numerals. £30-50
337.    H. Samuel of Manchester Silver Pocket Watch, and two silver fob watches. (3) £20-40
338.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Chronograph Pocketwatch, the dial with black Arabic and Roman numerals, centre seconds and shaped hands, movement signed "S. Lichtenstein Manchester" "120000". £25-40
339.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, the white dial signed G, Callice, with black Roman and Arabic numerals, the movement signed "Wright Chesterfield", with scroll carved balance cock, within plain case and plain pair case, London 1777. £80-120
340.    J. W. Benson London; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case (damaged), the movement cover inscribed "George Blackburn from Sir Richard and Lady Fitz Herbert Christmas 1899"; together with a gold plated cased openface pocketwatch. (2) £20-30
341.    Two "L" Shape 9ct Gold Mounts, together with two 9ct gold cased lady's wristwatches (one lacking strap). £20-40
342.    A 9ct Gold Cased Lady's Wristwatch, the elongated octagonal dial with Arabic numerals, within plain case, on later expanding bracelet; together with a modern Rotary Lady's wristwatch, on leather strap. (2) £30-40
343.    Omega; A Gent's Seamaster Calendar Automatic Wristwatch, the signed dial also marked Turler with date aperture and centre seconds hand, a later expanding bracelet. £80-120
344.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, (damages), together with a smaller example (damages). (2) £25-40
345.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Gent's Cufflink's, each with black onyx panel, together with a Dupont engine turned lighter and two wristwatches. £60-80
346.    J. G. Graves Sheffield "The Express English Lever"; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial (lacking hand), within engine turned case; Fattorini & Sons Ltd Bradford openface pocketwatch (hand detached), a coin brooch and an RAF cap badge. £25-40
347.    Two Lady's Wristwatches, shield shape medallion pendant, coin, brooch, etc. £5-10
348.    Modern Gold Plated Cutlery, appears unused, cased dessert spoons and server, and a boxed set of fish knives and forks:- One Tray £20-30
349.    Silver and Northamptonshire Regt Badges, tiger brooch, palm tree pendant, rings, necklaces, other costume jewellery in box. £20-30
350.    An Electroplated Presentation Twin Handled Shaped Rectangular Serving Tray, a plated entree dish with vast bamboo borders, a plated wine cooler, decanter and a pair of water jugs. £30-50
351.    Assorted Plated Ware, including lady's chain mesh evening bag, (damaged), teaset, chamberstick, dish, cruet, twin handled tray, etc. £15-25
352.    A Gentleman's Leather Travelling Case, bearing name "F.F. Harding", the interior part fitted with four hallmarked silver topped glass jars/bottles, London 1919, together with cutthroat razors, strop, button hook etc. £50-80
353.    A Large Circular Brass Tray, with geometric decoration, together with a shaped oval brass tray with scroll ends and wavy edge. (2) £10-15
354.    A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery, including beads, brooches, earrings, wristwatches, beaded purse, belt, metal evening bag, etc:- One Box £15-20
355.    Kings Pattern Cutlery "Royale Silverware Sheffield" Serving Spoons, forks, knives, teaspoons, etc, on a plated engraved oval tray. £40-60
356.    A Plated Four Piece Tea Service, other plated teaware, on an oval plated engraved tray, with a gadrooned border. £25-45
357.    A Large Middle Eastern Oval Tray, detailed with leaf scrolls, between twin twisted leaf loop handles; together with a twin handled circular dish, indistinctly stamped "900" and another, of planished style finish, indistinctly stamped. (3) £20-30
358.    An Oak Canteen Case, with brass mounts and inset plaque engraved "Bramham Moor Hunt Prize For Best Agricultural Brood Mare Otley Show 1906", (lacking contents), 47.5cms wide. £20-30
359.    *WITHDRAWN*
Seven Indian White Metal Figurines of Animals, including peacocks, elephants and possibly the Hindi God Shashthi Vahana. £30-50
360.    Three Plated Vesta Cases, "£1 Savings Bank", coins, etc, contained in a hand worked metal covered box. £15-20
361.    A XIX Century Tortoiseshell Card Case, each side inset with mother of pearl foliate decoration, 10.5cms high (damaged). £100-150
362.    A Hallmarked Silver Baby's Rattle, suspending two bells and mother of pearl teething ring. £20-30
363.    A Collection of Decorative Cutlery Handles, hand painted ceramic, mother of pearl, etc:- One Box £30-40
364.    A XIX Century Tortoiseshell, Bone and Mother of Pearl Inlaid Miniature Mandolin; together with a fan and an Easter egg and miniature deck of playing cards. £25-40
365.    Pince-nez, magnifying glass, lorgnette's and a pair of opera glasses:- One Box £20-30
366.    A Hallmarked Silver Cheroot Case, together with two cheroot holders and a heart shape lady's fob watch. £20-30
367.    A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, allover leaf scroll engraved, with suspension loop, monogrammed. £20-30
368.    Trinket Pots, cut glass bottle, travelling jar, keyring, hallmarked silver plaque. £15-20
369.    A Silver Hallmarked Cigarette Case, Birmingham 1924, of rectangular form with flat chased foliate scroll decoration, with monogram, and a silver hallmarked cigarette box, engine turned decoration. (2) £20-40
370.    A Tortoiseshell Case, of rectangular form, swivelling to open, together with a hallmarked silver vesta case (hinge pin missing). (2) £20-30
371.    A Hallmarked Silver Card Case, of shaped rectangular form with engraved detail, a hallmarked silver vesta case, a napkin ring, etc. £30-50
372.    A Hallmarked Silver and Green Enamel Cigarette Case, T&S, Birmingham 1948, of rectangular form, inscribed to the inside "Joy with my love George Xmas 1960"; A Hallmarked Silver and Green Enamel Lid, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1935, (possibly from a glass jar) detailed "Joy". (2) £40-60
373.    A Novelty Sewing Tape Measure, in the form of a pear, together with a pair of lorgnettes, a magnifying glass, a hallmarked silver cheroot case and cheroot holders, etc. £20-40
374.    United States Coins, novelty lighter, miniature souvenir "The Royal Souvenir" etc:- One Box £10-15
375.    Three Large Carved Ivory Cutlery Handles, largest 13.8cms long. (3) £40-60
376.    A Yellow and Blue Cut Glass Scent Bottle, with hinged top, together with two double ended scent bottles (damages). (3) £20-40
377.    A Set of Six Chinese Teaspoons, with character mark finials; together with two further teaspoons, and three long handle spoons. (11) £30-50
378.    A Hallmarked Silver Snuff Box, allover engine turned, together with two thimbles, a napkin ring, mug, engine turned pencil, etc. £30-50
379.    A Collection of Assorted Hallmarked Silver and Other Spoons, including a fork. (10) £20-40
380.    A White Metal Horse, stamped 800, Chinese, Continental and English napkin rings, pair of silver rimmed salts, silver lid, etc. £20-40
381.    A Matched Set of Six Scottish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, AC, Glasgow, 1847, 1852, initialled. £25-40
382.    Hallmarked Silver and Other Teaspoons, etc, including Victorian mustard spoon, a Fiddle and Thread Pattern salt spoon, with gilt bowl etc:- One Box £30-50
383.    A Pair of William IV Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Sugar Tongs, London 1932, together with a Scottish pair, Edinburgh 1861 and a decorative sifter spoon. (3) £30-40
384.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, possibly Robert Hennell II, London 1831, initialled, and a salt spoon, RR, London 1822. £25-40
385.    Liberty & Co; A set of Twelve Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, Glasgow 1904, each with foliate and leaf scroll decoration; together with matching sugar tongs, total weight 190 grams. £60-80
386.    Souvenir and Other Spoons, including "Singapore", "Crete", "Vipiteno", etc:- One Box £15-20
387.    A Match Set of Twelve Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons. £30-50
388.    A Set of Six Chinese Teaspoons, together with set of seven teaspoons, with figural finials and a 1937 Coronation commemorative teaspoon. (14) £30-50
389.    Four Hallmarked Silver Napkin Rings, together with a pair of filigree examples. (6) £15-25
390.    A Collection of Assorted Souvenir/ Collectors Teaspoons, each highlighted in enamel; together with a horn spoon, gilt spoon with niello detail, Middle Eastern, etc. £30-40
391.    A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, together with a cased set of four plated napkin rings and a pair of knife rests. £20-30
392.    George III Crown, 1821 (worn); together with three commemorative coins and a small mother of pearl handled hallmarked silver folding fruit knife, contained in a jewellery box. £20-30
393.    A Miniature Plated Teaset on Tray, model donkeys, pewter snuff box, etc. £15-20
394.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Rectangular Photograph Frame; together with a hallmarked silver and piqué work match book case. (2) £30-50
395.    A Cigarette Case, detailed in relief to the front, the interior with metal "straps", stamped "Peru 925"; together with a Middle Eastern slim cigarette case, allover decorated, with spring loaded hinge and another cigarette case (damaged). (3) £20-30
396.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Shell Bowl Salt Spoons, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, initialled; a hallmarked silver sifter spoon, Messrs Hulton and a collection of souvenir/ collectors teaspoons:- One Tray £30-40
397.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Shell Purse, with pin fastener; together with plated cutlery items, oval box, etc. £25-40
398.    A Collection of Gent's Belt Buckles:- One Box £10-15
399.    A James Barber Mother of Pearl Multi Blade Knife, further pocket/ penknives, silver GB coinage, silver Amateur Ballroom test medals, verso's dated 1948, pound notes, etc:- One Box £20-40
400.    A Leather Cased Gent's Stud and Tiepin Set, Art Deco cufflinks, lipstick etc. £20-40
Plated Cutlery, including sugar tongs, an Elkington & Co plated jug, plated cigarette case, cheroot holder (damaged), etc. £10-15
402.    Silver and Enamel Cigarette Case, vase, bracelet, two spoons, lid and comb (some with faults). £40-60
403.    A Victorian Copper Kettle, with swan neck spout, acorn finial, two pairs of Victorian brass candlesticks, brass lidded jug and copper jug:- One Tray £15-30
404.    BRITISH SCHOOL (Late XX Century)
Portrait Bust of a Woman, bronze, marble plinth, 34cms high. £50-80
405.    An Early XX Century Japanese Bronze Jardiniére, of circular baluster form, relief decorated with a dragon amongst clouds, 24.5cms high. £50-70
406.    A XX Century Copper Coal Basket. strained sides over circular spreading foot, swing handle, a brass watering can, an oak hem measurer, shoe horns, a Canon EOS 1000F camera with 35-80mm lens, a 70-210mm lens, flash etc. £20-30
407.    Three Victorian Graduated Copper Flagons - Two Gallons, One gallon and Half gallon. (3) £30-50
408.    Praktica Electronic BC1 Camera, Pentacon lens, PL Noval, MTL3 cameras, Prinz lenses, etc:- One Box £40-60
409.    A Large Quantity of Miscellaneous Collectables, including two clocks, decorative boxes, cameras, binoculars, slide rules, chemical glassware, Bunsen burner, etc:- Two Boxes £20-40
410.    "Registers of Ecclesfield Parish Church, Yorkshire 1558-1619", annotated by Alfred Scott Gatty, 1878, and a circa 1900 matrimonial pairing of photo-on-milk glass plaques, with painted highlights, each in oak, velvet and gilt scrolled frames. (3) £20-30
411.    A Mid XX Century Brexton Picnic Hamper. £15-25
412.    A Large Victorian Earthenware Pancheon, plus a vintage orange kettle. £20-30
413.    Books; bibles, royalty, novels, children's, in tin trunk and box. £15-25
414.    A Vintage Early 1900's Canvas Travel Trunk, with brass locks, leather corners and wood crossbands, together with another leather suitcase. (2) £40-60
415.    A Good Collection of Over 200 Circa 1940's "Flight and Aircraft Engineer" Periodicals:- Two Boxes £50-100
416.    A XIX Century Stained Wooden Walking Cane, with plated brass handle in the form of a military gauntlet. £30-40
417.    A XIX Century Eastern Alabaster Dished Plate, hand painted scenes of builders/ workmen and carthorses within a landscape constructing a building, all within a foliate border, four figures interspersed by trees and and vases to the underside, all on a rosette carved footed base, diameter 23cms. £100-200
418.    A Hongxian Canton Porcelain Baluster Vase and Cover, painted in the traditional palette with panels of flowers and figures in interiors, the cover with lion dog finial, four character mark to the underside, 30.5cms high; Two Chinese Porcelain Blue and White Coffee Cans, XIX Century and a modern plate, 21.5cms high. (4) £30-50
419.    An Early XX Century Oak Smokers Cabinet, with twin carved symmetrical doors and two inner drawers. £20-30
420.    A XIX Century Chinese Trousse Set, with two chopsticks in tortoiseshell case, with matching knife brass mounted. £60-90
421.    An XVIII Century Dutch Brass Tobacco Box, of rounded rectangular form, engraved with figural panels, 13.7cms wide. £20-40
422.    A Japanese Cloisonné Vase, of ovoid form decorated with white exotic bird on tree branch above foliage, silver wire on blue ground (rim chips, dents, damaged), 18.5cms high. £40-80
423.    XIX Century Rosewood Writing Box, with a marquetry top and and front, decorated with a tree and floral decoration, fitted interior. £30-50
424.    A Pair of Cantonese Pottery Vases, with exotic birds and floral decoration on black ground, 24cms high. £20-40
425.    Pair of Shibayama Rectangular Hardwood Wall Panels, each profusely decorated in mother of pearl, featuring prunus blossom in vase, 78 x 19cms excluding wall mount (damages). £40-80
426.    Two Carved Oriental Hardwood Wise Men Figures, the tallest 26cms. £15-25
427.    A Pair of XIX Century Rosewood Circular Frames, with marquetry inlay, together with a pair of XX Century oval frames. £20-40
428.    Ceramic Handled Knife and Fork, postcards, bells, opera glasses, knife, etc:- One Box £10-15
429.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Continental Bronzes, each as a medieval warrior, part dressed in armour, one holding a flask aloft, the other holding a dead rabbit (sword lacking), each on circular marble base, the larger 28.5cms high. £50-70
430.    A Circa 1960 Dunkerque Evacuation Veterans Medal with Ribbon, dedicated to Arthur R. A. S. C, with certificates and photograph. £20-30
431.    A Victorian Needlework Alphabet/ Number, by Charlotte Matilda Wombell aged nine years 1844, all within borders, (later frame), and a collection of ink pens including Esterbrook No. 2 "Relief", Duoto, Waterman's 515, Platignum Visi-ink, etc. £30-50
432.    Thomson [John] Pub: The Edinburgh School Classical Atlas, containing seventeen (from twenty-one) hand coloured engraved maps, with an additional copy of Italiae North Part, gilt half calf with marbled boards, Edinburgh 1829. £40-60
433.    A XX Century Samuri Sword, with brass decoration to pommel/ guard and scabbard. £40-80
434.    A Late XIX Century Continental Oak and Parquetry Lined Apprentice Chest, as a breakfront commode with rectangular marble slab top, brass ring handles with cast backplates, tapering supports, 29.5cms wide. £70-90
435.    A XIX Century African(?) Tribal Percussion Mbira, hardwood bound with decorative frieze, finger piece and iron keys. £20-40
436.    Late XIX century Walnut Cased Mantel Clock, with Junghans movement. £20-30
437.    An Edwardian Black Slate Mantel Clock, with brass Corinthian columns and finials. Japy Frères movement. £30-40
438.    An Edwardian Mahogany Cased Mantel Clock, having arched top over circular dial with Arabic numerals on plinth base, decorated throughout with boxwood stringing. £20-30
439.    A Quantity of Watch Parts, including faces, works, cases, straps, etc. £15-25
440.    Ship's Bulkhead Clock, with double spring movement to brass casing, on mahogany backing, probably Seth Thomas. £60-90
441.    A Mid XX Century Ships Clock, stamped G. R. 1952, made by F. W. Ellis Ltd Croydon, 21B/829 on the back. £40-60
442.    An Anniversary Clock, in the Art Deco fashion, geometric stylised design around Arabic numerals, raised on square pilasters. £15-25
443.    An Edwardian Mahogany Mantel Clock, white enamel dial, Arabic numeral, domed case with boxwood stringing, Swiss movement, and a Victorian style copper fish kettle. (2) £15-25
444.    Record Railwayman's Pocket Watch, "LNER 1337" to back, together with brass wall case. £50-70
445.    A L'Epee Sainte Suxanne of France Brass Cased Carriage Clock, white face, Roman numerals, bevelled glass plates with carrying handle. £40-70
446.    An Early XX Century Walking Cane, with novelty cast white metal grip of a gauntlet holding a three barrelled pistol, length 85cms. £30-35
447.    Early XX Century Brass Four Fold Telescope, in a leather case. £40-60
448.    A XIX Century Tortoiseshell Veneered Box, domed top, possibly later wooden corner mounts. £10-20
449.    XIX Century Olive Wood Needlework Box, with brass escutcheon and unengraved name plate, and a hardwood card box. (2) £20-40
450.    A Prior London Brass Double Lens Microscope, with a glass slide, (possible not in original state). £50-100
451.    Early XX Century Cut-throat Razors, made by J.W. Meeson, Sheffield, the Kropp Razor and other razors etc. £30-50
452.    A Cast Metal Model of a Walking Setter, mounted on a rectangular marble plinth, length 24.5cms. £30-50
453.    The Miracles of Our Lord, Longman & Co., London 1848, with brass bound pressed bog oak type highly decorative cover and beautiful illuminated illustrations depicting ten of Christ's miracles designed by Henry Noel Humphreys (lacking clasp, some pages detached); together with a moonstone oval snuff type box, Empire Dominoes, a leather bound travelling ink well and ivorine paper knife. (5)
454.    An Early XX Century Tunbridge Ware and Micromosaic Trinket Box, hinged central lidded compartment with cushioned and mirrored interior, flanked by half arched trinket drawer ends, and a turned hardwood gavel. (2) £15-25
455.    De Havilland Engine Plate Badge, blue enamel "D. H. Goblin" on a chrome convex ground within black metal border, stamped "19523/1" and "72733", 19 x 17cms, "RAC" by Toye Kenning and Spencer, "Lagonda Club" by Gladman and Norman, "Variety Club of Great Britain" Birmingham medal 0* and another with "R" under crown. (5) £30-50
456.    A Mid XX Century Tantalus, housing three Doulton crystal decanters. £40-60
457.    A Bronzed Figure of Stanley Matthews in Action, 24.5cms tall. £20-30
458.    A Pair of Early XX Century Patinated Spelter Figures After Moreau. "Charmeuse" and "Jeunesse" on turned wooden bases. 44cms high. £50-80
459.    A Pair of Art Deco Style Bronze Figures of Dancing Nude Girls, each signed Masier to the base, on a modern stepped glass square section pedestal, the larger 31.5cms high. £75-100
460.    After Irene Rochard, a Bronzed Depiction of Two Seated Deer, on veined black marble plinth, in the Art Deco fashion, plinth impressed "Rochard", length 38cms. £40-80
461.    After F. Bergmann, Bronzed Figure of Cockerel and Frog, on oval stepped base, 24cms high. £40-60
462.    Walnut Cased Elliott Mantel Clock, G2906 under base. £20-30
463.    Mostly Circa 1960's EP's, including Elvis collection, Beatles, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Manfred Mann, classical, etc:- Two Boxes £30-50
464.    A pair of XIX Century Chemists Jars, with tinplate lids, one marked "Jaborandi", the other "Delphinium Staphysagria", plus two pestle and mortars, Victorian apothecary scales and weights, other chemists bottles, etc:- One Tray £80-120
465.    The Victorian Album from Drawings by J. F. Weedon, having musical facility to back, Metamec mantel clock, Chad Valley qudits, tin. £15-25
466.    WITHDRAWN Various UK and World Coinage and Banknotes, some current or exchangeable. £30-50
467.    Ronson "Queen Anne" Lighter, manicure set, hip flask, ashtray, spoon measure, etc:- One Tray £15-25
468.    BSA Scorpion 22 Cal Air Pistol. £40-60
469.    Ethnicity Wooden Wares, busts, figures, plate, canoe, etc in ebony, Lignum Vitae and other hardwoods:- One Tray £30-40
470.    An Early XX Century Brass Cased Miners Lamp, impressed H. M. Edwards, Wakefield, circa 1930's oak barometer, two early XX Century negro money banks, modern cased telescope, all on an electroplated twin handled oval gallery tray. £20-40
471.    Penhaligon's of London Pink Leather Dress Bag, with cover and box. £15-25
472.    A Large Quantity of Playing Cards, children's games, Nile Fortune cards. £30-40
473.    WAPW Silvered Metal Figure Groups. Including "The Choristers" 3888, "Lets Go Man" by Mark Locker, "The Magical World" by A. G. Slocombe, "The Wizard of the Lake", "The Book of Spells". (16) £20-40
474.    A Quantity of Brass Fleur De Lys Stair Clips. £15-20
475.    An Early XX Century Kodak No. 1 Panoram Camera, with original stitched leather case, and a "Klimax" daylight developing tank, (boxed). (2) £20-40
476.    "JG" Early XX Century Wall Barometer, in ebonised frame, tie presses, novelty shell lighter, malachite egg, manicure set, etc:- One Tray £15-25
477.    Fourteen Ebonised Elephants, of varying sizes, three ceramic, including money box, mask, paper knife, cobra, ashtray, etc:- One Tray £20-40
478.    XIX Century Copper Pitcher, brass kettle, chamberstick, copper mug, carved box, perpetual desk calendar, penknives, NUTG and boy scout badges:- One Tray £25-35
479.    Daily Express War Map of Western Front, Civil defence leaflets, air raid precautions, brass hand desk clip, razor, etc. £20-30
480.    Beatles World Pop Stars in Colour 1964, Beat No.8, Bob Dylan Concert Tour 1981, The Children of Don 1912, etc. £20-30
481.    A Small Victorian Photo Album, plus a collection of period snuff boxes, small cases, etc:- One Tray £20-30
482.    Lignatone and Two Hohner Harmonicas, military compass, kazoo, folding cup, etc:- One Tray £20-30
483.    A XIX Century Mahogany Tea Caddy, silver mounted tobacco jar, XIX Century pokerwork carved card case, Oriental cloisonné plate (damaged):- One Tray £20-40
484.    A Black Forest Type Growling Bear, another stamped Denys Heppell, Canada, other carvings:- One Tray £20-40
485.    J.H. Potter and Oval Trays, three piece tea service, tankards, Cosmic 35 camera, Russian 8x30 binoculars, decorative wooden spoon. £15-20
486.    A Fairylite Inlaid Smokers Offering Box, Brazilian butterfly pictorial box and dish, coasters, ice bucket and other items in wood and treen:- One Tray £20-30
487.    A.W. Faber Slide Rule, XIX Century printing block, early 20m medals, Silver Jubilee (Sheffield) 1935, Coronation Day 1902, Kodak camera, etc:- One Tray £15-20
488.    A Schick Shaving Set, quantity of lenses, Syringes pathfinder, darts, etc:- One Tray £20-30
489.    Eight Shillings and Sixpence of Pre-1947 Silver Coinage, 1951 Crown, 1807 Half Penny, 1897 Four Generations and other coinage. £15-20
490.    Postcards, Mable Lucie Attwell, Tom Isherwood, Keystone cards, satirical, Claremont, tucks, Daily Mail battle, Swinton, etc, maoni
491.    An Early XX Century Surgical Kit(?), folding morocco pouch containing tortoiseshell handled blades, picks, pair of scissors, etc (incomplete), and an electroplated travelling cotton holder(?), cylindrical case with foliate chased decoration.(2) £20-40
492.    East Kent Survey 1925, J.A.C. watercolour, lackpool postcards under glass, books, stamps, dog tag - Boon N38779, William Pomfret WWI Memorial Silk, etc. £15-25
493.    A Middle Eastern Qoshqai Tasseled Wool Rug, multicoloured with symmetrical central motif on rust round ground within blue floral border, 144 x 105cms. £20-40
494.    A Middle Eastern Tasseled Wool Rug, with eight blue and two green grounded central motifs, allover floral decoration and goat to each corner, on red ground, 162 x 92cms. £20-40
495.    Audubon's Birds of America; The National Audubon Society Baby Elephant Folio revised edition, Roger Troy and Virginia Marie Peterson, in pictorial slipcase. £40-60
496.    Two Volumes of Return of the Owner's Land, 1873, printed by Eyre and Spottiswade printers to the Queen (Victoria), titled on the spine "The Doomesday Book". £75-100
497.    Carlyle [Thomas] : The French Revolution, Folio Society, three volumes in slipcase; Schama [Simon] : Citizens, Folio Society, two volumes in slipcase; plus Great Philosophers of the Ancient World, five volumes in slipcase. £20-40
498.    The Beatles Show Magazine, with silvered cover and back (both detached), two tickets for City (Oval) Hall, Sheffield, Saturday 2nd November, 1963, Platform 4 Shillings, card inset, "The Beatles 1967-70", "The Beatles" by Treasure Press, and a Spaniard in the Works by John Lennon. £40-60
499.    1924 Photograph Visit to London and British Empire Exhibition, from Barnsley, 10.5 x 15cms, Le Blond oval print, two "Our Own Magazine" prints. (4) £15-25
500.    Maps, The District Railway "Map of London" and "Environs of London", district map of Greater London. Philips cyclists' map of Surrey, Bacon's, Cruchley's, Black's, Murray's, Ward Lock, Bartholemew's. £30-40
501.    The Dandy Annuals 1952, 53, 54 and 56. The Beano Annual 1952 and 54, (mainly cover and spine damage). £40-60
502.    Fountains of National Glory "Presented by her Majesty the Queen 1915", writing to inside page, family receipt book 18111, Heaven Opened 1631, Educating Horses 1870, Gypsies of Spain 1846 and others. £20-30
503.    Raymond [John] : An Itinerary - Contayning a voyage, made through italy, in the Yeare 1646-1647, illustrated with divers figures of antiquities never before published, Imprimatur Nathaniel Brent, Junii 28 1648, dedicated to The Most Illustrious Prince Charles, Prince of Great Britaine, lacking front and back boards, spine remains. £20-40
504.    An Early Autograph Book, including George Bolton, Dorothy. M. Lloyd, Billy (Uke) Scott. Together with verse, sketches and 1954 photos from Scarborough Road Races; The Art Journal - 1857, 1867; The Connoisseur 1901; More Fragments from France by Bruce Bairnsfather, Volume 2. £15-25
505.    Graham Greene "The Heart of the Matter" Viking Press 1948, C.E. Lucas Phillips Cockleshill Heores 1956, A.A. Milne Winnie the Pooh 1926, Mickey Mouse annual and other children's books, records. £20-40
506.    A Quantity of XIX Century Encyclopaedic Colour Prints, engineering and math's interest noted, together with a table top embosser:- One Tray £15-25
507.    Churchill [Winston. S] : A History of the English Speaking Peoples, London, The Folio Society 2003, four vulumes, no slipcase; plus eight other Folio Society editions. £20-30
508.    A Quantity of Unsigned Etchings, engravings and prints, including fashion, together with Aus A Hendschel's Skizzenburgh. £15-25
509.    Lionel Edwards Sketches in Stable and Kennel, 1933, Elizabethan Style of Architecture, H. Shaw 1838, Sainte Vierce Marie - Albert Durer, 1949 Sulamith Wulfing Kalendar 1949. (4) £20-30
510.    Hardback of Angling by Ephemer (Third Edition), The Scientific Angler by the late David Foster, The Ascent of Everest by John Hunt and the Music with the Form and Order of the Service to be Performed at the Coronation of Her Most Excellent Majesty Queen Elizabeth 1953. £10-20
510A.   XIX Century Copy of Hunters Hallamshire, the History and Topography of the Parish of Sheffield in the county of York. £40-60
511.    The History of Rome in Painting (Caracciolo & De Ayala); The History of Paris in Painting (Georges Duby & Guy de Lobrichon) and The History of Venice in Painting (Georges Duby & Guy de Lobrichon), Abbeville Press, all in slipcases. (3) £30-50
512.    Framed Stevengraph "This Crystal Palace". Together with souvenir of Egypt handkerchief. (2) £20-30
513.    Holy Bible 1864, leather covers impressed "The Gift of Philip Late Lord Wharton" with brass clasps. £15-20
514.    Postcards, greeting cards, many XX Century. £15-25
515.    A Stagg Junior Drum Kit, comprising symbol, snare and brass drum, together with sticks and stool. £15-25
516.    A Mid 1900's Enamel "Post Office" Forecourt A-Board for "Pode Hole Post Office and Village Store Open". £40-60
517.    A Bang and Olufsen Beocenter 3500 Combined Receiver/ Turntable, a B&O Beocord 2200 single cassette deck, and a pair of B&O Beovox 3702 speakers. (4)
518.    A 1980's Plastic John Lennon Figure Radio, Un-tested (battery wire detached), microphone detached, small melted hole at front of base. £20-30
519.    A Circa 1920's "The Grippa" Portable Perophone Gramophone, decals to the stained oak hinged casing, lacking strap handle. £20-40
520.    Early XX Century Besson & Co Prototype (193 Euston Road, London) Coronet, in a leather case. £30-50
521.    Bandmaster Monde Accordion by Weltmeister, with red marbelette casing, in black leatherette carry case. £40-70
522.    A Cased Blessing Clarinet. £15-25
523.    An "English Made" Concertina, bearing maker's logo stamp (probably "Lachenal"), pierced scrolled nickel end plates, 19 and 22 buttons, tooled ebonised woodwork, leather hand straps, in stained pine hinged box. £50-100
524.    Deccamatic Record Player, with BSR Monarch label to cream turntable in brown leatherette carry case, serial No. 62794. £40-60
525.    A Circa 1950's Stained Oak Regulator Wall Clock, having silvered dial with Arabic numerals over three bevelled glass panels. £20-30
526.    Early XX Century Mahogany Two Piece Violin, together with two bows and a black case. £30-50
527.    A Quantity of Cast Railway Plates/Signs, including oval and "BR Train Lighting Distribution Fuse Box", both aluminium and cast iron. £30-50
528.    Turners Watercolours at Farnley Hall, The Hundred Best Pictures, Letts & Co- 17 Volumes. The Studio Library "English Watercolour Complete in 8 Parts" in folio. £20-30
529.    Muhammed Ali vs. Al "Blue" Lewis, official souvenir programme (vertical fold) and ringside ticket from the boxing match at Croke Park, Dublin, July 19th, 1972. (2) £300-400
530.    Boxing Programmes, each with flyer, approximately 34 x 21cms, John H. Stracey vs. Bobby Arthur and vs. David Melendez, both 1972, Joe Bugner vs. Rudi Lubbers 1973, all at Royal Albert Hall. £50-80
531.    Boxing Programmes, Muhammed Ali vs. Ken Norton, 10th September, 1973 Viewsport UK Closed Circuit TV Presentation, Joe Bugner vs. Leroy Caldwell 1972, signed by Conteh, Bodell and others, Chris Finnegan vs. Jan Lubbers 1972, John Conteh vs. Lonnie Bennett 1975, signed by Billy Knight and Peter Freeman. £20-40
532.    Boxing Programmes from Empire Pool, Wembley, Quarry vs. Middleton, signed by Middleton, Conteh, Finnegan vs. Foster and vs. Schmidtke, all 1972, Conteh vs. Rondon and vs. Finnegan 1973, Conteh vs. Bogs 1974. £50-80
533.    A XIX Century Lacquered Oriental Box, and later tapestry. £10-20
534.    A Large Collection of Over 300 Circa 1950's/60's "Flight and Aircraft Engineer" Periodicals, etc:- Six Boxes £50-100
535.    A Stentor Cased Violin, with one bow. £15-25
536.    A Collection of Over Fifty E. P. Records, mostly circa 1950/60, including Beatles "Twist and Shout", "All My Loving", "Beatles Hits", "Beatles No.1", Gerry and the Pacemakers, Dave Berry, Ray Charles. £25-40
537.    A Recanati Soprania Silence Piano Accordion, with silvered mother of pearl effect casing (cased). £20-40
538.    A Circa 1950's "Rev Robe" Fitted Travel Trunk/Case, plus another similar period suitcase. (2) £20-30
539.    Pietro German Made Mid XX Century Accordion, in Case (damages). £20-30
540.    Two Mid XX Century Adding Machines, one machine made by Original Odhner, Sweden. £20-30
541.    A Porcelain Victorian Toilet, profusely decorated in blue foliage, flowers, etc, internally marked "The Clyde Washdown Closet, County Council Requirements", bearing Lily trademark. £90-120
542.    Cream Bakelite Telephone, of anvil form, with lower drawer facility (front only), the receiver numbered 164-54 within oval cartouche. £40-60
543.    A Set of Wall Mounted Antlers, with six points with skull cap, on a stained plywood shield mount. £20-40
544.    A Pair of Japanese Paintings on Glass, each featuring exotic bird and foliage, in a black painted hardwood frame. £20-40
545.    An Original Early 1900's Card Shop Advert for "Dr Richards Corn Silk", showing two Victorian gentlemen (doctor and patient) discussing the Corn Silk and 7½d per packet, 55 x 40cms. £50-70
546.    Railwayana, an original 1915 Great Eastern Railway Certificate to Mr George Harry Moss, profusely illustrated with steamship, loco, carriage, truck, signals, etc, designed by W. Lucas, G.E.R. Carriage Dept, Stratford, and printed at the Company's Works, 54 x 43cms. £80-120
547.    A Set of Victorian Brass Shop Scales, on mahogany base, marked "Berry & Warrington, Liverpool, Manchester". £20-30
548.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Cast Brass Andirons, in the Secessionist fashion, with "C" scrolls and applied Gothic motifs. £20-40
549.    An Early 1900's Cast Iron Road Sign, for "Vale Rd". £40-60
550.    Two Cabinets from a Watch Maker's Workshop, containing clock parts, springs, micrometers, jeweller's loupes and general horology interest:- Two Cabinets £40-60
551.    Circa 1930's Painted Spelter Novelty Golfing Figure and Print. (2) £15-20
552.    An Early XX Century Brass Oil Lamp, with clear glass well and frosted shade, on tapering hexagonal stem with domed circular base. £30-50
553.    An Original Framed Shop Advert for "John Peel Pale Ale - At Last", showing a huntsman pouring a bottle, 51 x 45.5cms. £20-30
554.    An Early 1900's Enamel Sign Marked "Goods Received for J. Harris & Sons, Dyers and Dry Cleaners, Birmingham", 38 x 61cms. £60-80
555.    An Early 1900's Advertising Shop Box for "Remyline Cornflour", impressed logos to front and sides plus advertising items including Boddingtons t-shirts, tins in a case and a Minimax refill etc. £20-40
556.    Masonic Regalia, including aprons sashes, leather pouch, booklets, case. £30-40
557.    A Victorian Kitchen Chair, a "BBC" phone cabinet circa 1920's, a vintage fire sign and a framed circular mirror. (4) £20-40
558.    Biggles and the Pirate Treasure 1954, Just William's Luck 1948, Enid Blyton, Daily Express Children's Annual No. 5, other mainly children's books:- One Box £20-30
559.    Toy Guns- "Lone Star", "Daisy" and "Rustler Ace". (3) £20-40
560.    A Quantity of Mid XX Century Toys and Associated Items, including a Louis Marx tractor, Tri-ang Wizard car, boxed, among other items. £20-40
561.    A Quantity of Micrometers, together with digital calipers, a cased microscope, plus other scientific equipment. £30-50
562.    An Early XVIII Century Style Wall Clock, the striking four pillar brass movement with arched brass dial, postman's alarm to the centre, Roman numerals, enclosed by a glazed oak hood, with single weight and pendulum, modern. £50-70
563.    A Large Original Circa 1930's Shop Advertising Card for Ogden's St. Julien Tobacco, showing a packet of tobacco next to flowers, Art Deco figure and pipe/cigarette in ashtray, 48.5 x 60.5cms. £15-25
564.    A XIX Century Copper Warming Pan, with turned fruitwood handle; together with a large copper ewer. (2) £15-25
565.    Early XX Century Iron Based Oil Lamp, with painted green glass well. £15-25
566.    A Late XIX Century Oil Lamp, with a glass funnel, green glass well, on a circular base. £10-20
567.    A XIX Century Brass Trivet, with a pierced top, turned pedestal, trefoil base, on claw feet, together with a XX Century brass table lamp in the form of a Corinthian column. £30-50
568.    Early XX Century Brass Oil Lamp, with Corinthian column, circular base, together with floral shade. £20-40
569.    An Original Early 1900's Framed Poster for "Walls Carnival & Funfair", possibly American, 75 x 49.5cms. £60-100
570.    Beatles Interest, a John Lennon and Yoko Ono "Milk and Honey" cassette booklet signed "To Callum Love Yoko '97", a black and white print signed "Alf Bickwell" (Beatles' driver/road manager 1964-66) and an Alf Bickwell's personal Beatles Diary set VHS tape. £10-20
571.    A Circa 1970 "Chad Valley" Toy Drum Kit, in the copied style of "Yellow Submarine". Appears unused and boxed. £30-50
572.    An Art Deco Shaped Rectangular Wall Mirror, central bevelled plate surround with green tinted panels. £30-50
573.    Circa 1930's Durham Quilt, with later valance, lace drape and valance for a childs crib, bolt of mid XX Century fabric. £20-30
574.    Four Leather Briefcases/Bags; plus a leather music case. (5) £20-30
575.    A Large Quantity of Mid to Late XX Century Ladies Clothing:- Two Boxes £10-20
576.    Five Various Fur Stoles. £20-40
577.    A c.1950's 'Gerald Fisher' Green Velvet Opera Coat, with mink collar and bow detail fastening, three-quarter length bell shaped sleeves; a 'Kashmoor' black corded wool coat with fur collar; plus five later coats and jackets. (7) £30-50
578.    A Mitzi Lorenz Brown Mink Hat, with leather trim; plus other hats and scarves. £10-20
579.    A Ladies Beige Mink Evening Jacket, with scalloped hem detail and peter pan collar, 55cms long. £40-60
580.    A Dark Brown Mink Stole, with shawl collar; plus a large collection of mink and other fur collars, scarves etc. £20-30
581.    Real Lizard Lady's Handbag, with "Middx" label. £15-20
582.    A Dark Brown Knee Length Fur Coat, retailed by "M & E Edlin, Glasgow"; a cream Coney fur jacket and one further coat; plus a cream mink and other hats. £30-40
583.    A Dark Brown Squirrel Fur Coat, length 83cms; A Dark Brown Musquash Fur Coat, length 100cms. 92) £40-50
584.    A Three-quarter Length Ponyskin Jacket, with fur collar; a three-quarter length brown mink coat; plus one other. (3) £15-25
585.    Four Modern Coney Fur Jackets; plus one other fur coat. (5) £20-40
586.    A c.1970's Wedding Dress, labelled "Handmade by Janice Gordon", in cream silk chiffon, the full overskirt centrally split revealing a gold threaded diamond design centre panel which is repeated to the bodice, fitted sleeves buttoned at wrist and with stand up collar; together with an early XX Century child's dress. (2) £15-25
587.    A Ladies Vintage Squirrel Fur Coat, in dark brown, length 104cms. £20-30
588.    A Ladies Light Brown Full Length Coney Fur Coat; three further three-quarter length fur coats and a c.1950's vintage curly lamb coat. (5) £30-50
589.    A Black Velvet Aquascutum Full Length Cape, five button fastenings, 122cms in length. £15-25
590.    A Ladies Three-Quarter Length Dark Brown Fur Coat; a light brown mink stole with five tassels to each end and a black fox collar with white tail tip. (3) £40-60
591.    A Ladies Dark Brown Full Length Squirrel Fur Coat; plus a similar three-quarter length fur coat, both retailed by Joseph Fox Furriers, Sheffield. (2) £30-40
592.    A Ladies Dark Brown Full Length Mink Coat, double breasted with horn buttons, retailers label for "S. London of Sloane Street", 102cms long. £40-60
593.    A Ladies Knee Length Light Brown Mink Coat, retailed by "J. Bass, Bournemouth", peter pan collar and hook fastenings, 90cms long. £40-60
594.    A Ladies Cream Mink Evening Jacket, with three-quarter sleeves and peter pan collar, 50cms long. £40-60
595.    A Ladies Full Length Brown 'Saga' Mink Coat, retailed by Harrods of London, superb quality ranch mink in 'A' line style with cuffed sleeves and round collar with large decorative button at neckline, 125cms long (generous size 14). £60-80
596.    John Ogilby, The Road from Carlisle to Barwick, Hand Coloured Map, GR. King Lichen, Surveyor, 32 x 45cms, Bennet's map of the River Thames from Oxford to Greavesend. £30-40
597.    Michael, Drayton, "Warwickshyre" Hand Coloured Map, circa early XVII, 25 x 33cms. £50-70
598.    Robert Morden, "Scotland", late XVII/ XVIII Century Map, hand coloured, 44 x 35cms. £50-70
599.    A XVII Century Hand Coloured Map of Derbyshire, probably from Camden's Britannica with "Universi" and Latin text to lower left cartouche, 28.5 x 31.5cms. "The South East View of Berkeley Castle" with text under Sam & Nath buck. (2) £30-50
600.    James D. Preston Graphite Signed Limited Edition Colour Print of a Country Track, 357 of 500, and Morning Telegraph print of early Sheffield. (2) £15-25
601.    A Mid XX Century Oil on Board, figural study of plant carrier, sporting cap with head bowed, 59.5 x 49.5cms, initialled N. Y. B and dated 55. £15-30
602.    A Set of Six XIX Century Silk Engravings, London published Nov 1st 1812 by S & Fuller of the Temple of Fancy, Rathbone Place, titles "All a Blown", "Milk O", "Fine Rabbits", "Chairs to Mend", "Fresh Strawberries", "Potatoes, Full Weight", all of children selling wares. £25-45
603.    A Victorian Framed Lithograph of a Horse Racing Scene, titled "The Final Tip", 36 x 33cms. £20-30
604.    A Pair of Edwardian Gouaches, tranquil river scenes, 25.5 x 45cms. £20-30
605.    After Peter Owen Jones a Pencil Signed Limited Edition Print, no.45/500, depicting Abbeydale Road South, together with another signed example, no.183/500, depicting a Sheffield scene, plus a watercolour landscape of coastal mountain scene. £15-30
606.    AFTER MARGARET SHAW (Sheffield Artist) (1917-1983)
Continental Hilltop Town, lithograph printed in colours, signed in pencil lower right,
34 x 49cms.
Continental Street Scene, by the same hand,
34 x 48cms. (2) £40-60
607.    J.M. XX Century Oil on Board Countryside Lake Scene , with fisherman in foreground, 55 x 58.5cms, initialled lower right, Sturgeon graphite signed print. (2) £15-25
608.    After Percy Davis "Cavalier with Wine" Oval Portrait Oil on Board, in a stamped and gilt gesso frame, 9.5 x 7cms. £10-20
609.    •* JOHN WILLIAM BEE (1883-1960) (Sheffield Artist) (ARR)
Farmyard Scene, oil on board, signed lower right,
68 x 85.5cms. £60-90
610.    Hazel Lale (Sheffield Artist), Coastal Scene with yacht in foreground, watercolour, signed lower left, 32.5 x 28cms. £20-40
611.    A Late XIX Century Crystoleum, of XVIII Century musicians playing to two women, after C. Schweninger, in gilt frame. £15-25
612.    Chris Slater, "Viking Figures Beside Coastal Waters", oil on hardboard, signed lower right, 30 x 36cms, and "Family Relaxing Beside Coastal Waters", oil on hardboard, signed lower right, 30 x 36cms. (2) £20-40
613.    Two William Russell Flint Reproduction Colour Prints, 27 x 38cms each. £15-25
614.    Edward Fuller, Pair of Watercolours, "Summer Morning, Bilsdale" and "Ryedale Vista", 15.5 x 25cms, an unsigned watercolour of rural landscape. £15-25
615.    R. Howell, Pair of Oils on Board, Autumn trees with mountains in background, 29 x 39.5cms, signed lower right. £15-20
616.    Stuart Walton (Leeds Artist), Signed print, of two people on a bench outside a Victorian building, signed lower right, 77 x 54cms. £40-60
617.    A F. Welldon Pair of Gouache Paintings of Ullswater and Derwentwater. £30-50
618.    Charles Potter (Sheffield Artist), A Pair of Watercolours, "A Derbyshire Dale" and "A Yorkshire Dale", signed lower right. £30-50
619.    FRANK SALTFLEET (1860-1937) (Sheffield Artist)
Kirk Hallam, watercolour, signed lower left, titled lower right,
33 x 23cms. £50-70
620.    Herbert George Slater (1898-1978) Watercolour of Howard Street, Sheffield, signed and dated '24 lower right, 28.5 x 16cms. £30-50
621.    E. Nevil Watercolour of York Minster, signed lower left, 19 x 27cms, Harold Johnson oil, clipper ship at sea, signed lower right, 20 x 25cms. £15-25
622.    Heinrich Hartung, Large Oil on Canvas, alpine landscape with chalet in foreground, 49.5 x 99.5cms, signed lower left. £80-120
623.    Charles McKinley Pair of Oil Paintings of Scottish Loch Scenes, both unframed and signed lower right. £40-60
624.    After George Cunningham "The Chapel in the Valley" Graphite Signed Limited Edition Colour Print 251/500, with publishers watermark, 23 x 34cms. £20-30
625.    Attributed to W. T. Brocklebank, Watercolour, "Par, Cornwall", 19.5 x 36cms, details verso, an unsigned watercolour "Mousehole", 28 x 22cms, dated 1919. (2) £30-40
626.    F. W. Hayes, Oil Painting, coastal cottage scene with figure and cattle in foreground, 24 x 34.5cms, signed lower left. £40-60
627.    Herbert George Slater (1878-1978) Two Watercolours of Farm Cottagers at Eyam, the largest 28 x 38cms, both signed lower left.
628.    G. L. Hall XIX Century Watercolour, panoramic bay scene with ships in distance and figures in foreground, 31.5 x 59.5cms, signed and dated 1865 lower right. £40-80
629.    Andrew P. Neilson "High Street, Dundee" Watercolour, graphite signed and titled lower left, 17 x 26cms, and a companion piece "Overgate, Dundee". (2) £30-60
630.    A XIX Century Oil on Canvas, Pompey & Caesar, dog study copy of an original work, 22.5 x 31cms. £40-60
631.    Attributed to Henry (Harry) Epworth Allen RBA PS (1894-1958) Pencil and Watercolour of a Bridge Scene, probably Derbyshire, 16.5 x 21cms, together with an oil on canvas of Indian dancer, signed Holzehandler verso. (2) £80-100
632.    •* LEIGH P. Cooke (British School) (Contemporary) (ARR)
Leaves and Berries, acrylic on paper, signed and dated 2001 in pencil,
18.5 x 23.5cms.
Smaller, by the same hand, box framed as one. £20-40
633.    Willis Pryce, Oil, "Loch Lomond", 23.5 x 36cms, signed lower/ mid right mainly under frame, details verso. £15-25
634.    Henry (Harry) Epworth Allen RBA PS (1894-1958) Pastel of a Pastoral Scene, with sheep in foreground and snow covered mountains in distance, signed lower left, 23.5 x 34cms. £100-200
635.    Henry (Harry) Epworth Allen RBA PS (1894-1958) Pastel of Thatched Cottages, signed lower left, 24.5 x 36.5cms. £100-200
636.    Herbert George Slater (1898-1978) Watercolours, Panoramic View of Eyam, signed lower right, 26.5 x 36.5cms, another of dwellings with rocky stream in foreground, signed lower left, 28 x 38.5cms. (2) £40-80
637.    XIX Century Walter Harrowing Oil Painting of a Horse in a Stable, signed lower right and dated 1893. £200-300
638.    A XIX Century Oil, in the manner of Pierre Patel and Claude Lorrain, Continental scene with cattle and temple ruin in foreground and bay in distance, 32.5 x 48cms. £100-150
639.    G.A. Johnson Watercolour of a Sporting Dog, signed lower right, 10.5 x 20.5cms, together with an indistinctly signed watercolour of a figure on a country track, 22 x 28.5cms. £20-30
640.    David Noble, Oil on Board, "The Grange Dronfield", signed lower right, together with oil on canvas of Lightwood Farm by David Noble, signed lower left. £25-45
641.    An Early XX Century Oil on Canvas, figure on track, 19 x 24cms, another similar scene with distant mountains. £15-25
642.    Attributed to Herbert George Slater (1898-1978) Pair of Watercolours, "Lover's Leap, Stoney Middleton" and Eyam, Handsworth Art labels verso, 26.5 x 36.5cms. £40-80
643.    Gail C. Lodge Watercolour of St John's, Ranmoor, Sheffield, signed lower right. £30-60
644.    A.H. Johnson Pair of Watercolours of Country Scenes of Nottinghamshire, signed lower right "AHJ 1927", local artists exhibition label verso. £30-50
645.    Stewart Brooke Watercolour Country Cottage, with sheep, geese, dog and figures in foreground, signed lower right, 24 x 34cms, **** Hannon oil of maiden on path, signed and dated 1902. £15-25
646.    H Barker Oil on Canvas Dales Scene, with cottage in foreground, 34 x 44cms, signed lower right. £20-30
647.    Herbert George Slater Watercolour (1898-1978) Still Life of Flowers in Glass Jug, signed lower left, 40 x 32cms, together with another similar of sunflowers, 47.5 x 35cms. (2) £40-60
648.    A. Jackson, Pair of XIX Century Oils on Board, chickens in a stable, 7.5 x 26.5cms, both signed lower left. £60-80
649.    R. Cresswell Boak, Arundel Castle, Sussex, watercolour, signed lower left, 21 x 26cms; M. Hamely, rural scene with sheep grazing in foreground, watercolour, 18 x 25cms. (2) £40-60
650.    A XIX Century Oil on Canvas, study of two dogs, 24 x 34.5cms. £40-60
651.    After Antonio Paoletti, XIX Century Oil on Canvas, "The Girl at the Well", 26.5 x 21.5cms. £20-30
652.    •* GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (1924-1996) Sheffield Artist
"Bamford", village streetscene with postman, Derbyshire, watercolour, signed lower left, titled verso and bearing Hibbert Bros. label.
32cm x 43cm. £100-200
653.    After Arthur Delaney (1927-87) "Ardwick Empire" Limited Edition Colour Print, 67/850, 36 x 46cms, and one other "Lancashire Walkers March" limited edition colour print 114/850, 45 x 35cms. (2) £20-30
654.    G. Hills, Pair of XIX Century Oils on Board, tranquil river scenes each with tree in foreground, 15.5 x 31.5cms, both signed. £40-60
655.    NICHOLAS POCOCK (1740-1821)
A Family Group with Donkey, in a landscape overlooking Chapel-en-le-Frith, watercolour, inscribed verso,
35.5 x 44.5cms. £150-250
656.    •* KEVIN FARRELL (British School) (XX Century) (ARR)
Victorian Jug with Chrysanthemums, oil on board, signed with initials and signed and titled verso,
60.5 x 42.5cms. £60-90
657.    •* GEORGE HAMILTON CONSTANTINE (1878-1969) (Sheffield Artist) (ARR)
Calver Village, watercolour, signed lower left,
25.5 x 35cms. £50-70
658.    Frederick William Scarborough (1860-1939) "Steamship with Sailing Boats at Harbour" Watercolour , signed lower left, 34 x 25cms, in moulded gilt frame. £80-120